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You’ve all read the effectiveness research that vendors include to show the value of their curricular products and programs, but not all curriculum evaluation studies are created equal.
Following Texas and Georgia, West Virginia is the latest state to pass legislation pertaining to the use of cameras in special education classrooms.
Investing in net-zero energy school buildings can pay dividends to districts down the line.
A Q&A with Brian Zimmer, director of educational technology at Webster Central School District in New York, addresses how help desk internships provide career prep and cost savings.
Regulations tackle drills, safety plans, firearms and SROs, a new report shows.
Ferebee served previously as superintendent of Indianapolis Public Schools, where he oversaw Hispanic and black graduation rates surpass the district average—with the latter breaking the state average.
Detection dogs sniff out drugs, explosives and dangerous weapons, and can be more effective than traditional security staffs in certain situations.
Initiatives that expand students’ access to computers and the internet do not automatically improve K-12 academic outcomes, according to a survey of 126 edtech studies from J-PAL.
Schools around the country are teaming with service providers to better support students and staff.
Districts work to train educators to spot and respond quickly to signs of mental distress in students.
Research shows that when students are engaged in a lesson, they learn and retain more. Ivan Kaltman, a school-based occupational therapist and former fourth-grade teacher, worked with many disadvantaged students […]
Twice a month, board of director members for Topeka Public Schools in Kansas spend the first 20 minutes of their board meetings celebrating the district’s diverse culture and employee accomplishments. […]