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There’s good news for district leaders in the ongoing battle to meet the ever-increasing demand for bandwidth. One-gigabit networks are coming to more areas, the cost of service per megabit […]
The average family spends $669 on clothing, electronics and other back-to-school supplies before classes begin each year. And in recent years, more school districts have received a share of the […]
Test scores have improved and online bullying incidents have been virtually eliminated at a California school that added weekly digital literacy instruction to its curriculum five years ago. In response […]
Baltimore City Public Schools now offers free breakfast and lunch to all of its 84,000 students, regardless of family income. To expand food service, the district took advantage of funding […]
A few years ago, San Francisco USD had questions about the hundreds of community-based organizations teaching reading to students and growing school gardens, among a wide range of other activities. […]
More states adopted legislation this term requiring high school students to pass a U.S. citizenship test in order to graduate, according to a June report from the Education Commission of […]
A northern Iowa principal has set aside time for teachers to dig into test data so they can adjust instruction and improve achievement on state tests. Principal Steve Kwikkel of […]
Leslie T. Fenwick has been praised as “a fearless voice in education on behalf of communities of color.” As dean of the School of Education at Howard University in Washington, […]
As students return from summer, school doors open wide to many continuing and emerging challenges. Administrators stand just inside their buildings, facing a changing landscape of diversity, new technologies, urgency […]
Superintendents in rural districts across America are increasingly making the controversial choice to carry a concealed weapon at school, in order to protect students from potential threats. To call Saco […]
Following market trends, print curriculum products are down 8 percent, according to a new report. The most frequently cited medium for delivering curriculum products was online/digital delivery with 83 percent, […]
The 2014 annual survey of the American Psychological Association found that teens reported stress greater than did any other age group. With that in mind, a new pilot study, published […]
Outside computer labs, the laptops and tablets that students use most commonly at school are shared, in-class devices, according to a Harris Poll/Pearson study from last year. These shared programs […]
Beth Mattey was named president of the National Association of School Nurses in June. Mattey is the school nurse at Mt. Pleasant High School, part of Brandywine School District in […]
With students coming to the classroom with a variety of backgrounds and skill levels in math, itcan prove difficult to meet each of their needs. By combining high-quality curriculum, instructionand […]
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