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‘A Rising Tide That Lifts All Boats’: Having More Immigrant Peers Can Boost Scores For U.S.-Born Students, New Study Finds
Study: Youth Vaping Down Dramatically During Pandemic
Coggins: With COVID-19 and a Need to Attract New Teachers, a 4-Day in-School Work Week Might Be an Idea Whose Time Has Come
Analysis: New Study Shows That Charter Schools Do Not ‘Drain’ Funds From Traditional Public Classrooms. In Fact, in Many States, the Opposite Seems to Be True
The Week in COVID & Education Policy: The Sprint to Get Kids Vaccinated, How Remote Learning Put an End to Snow Days and More Key School Updates
Analysis: Call to Action — the Data Moment Has Arrived. Education Advocates Must Seize It to Improve Learning for the Students of Today and Tomorrow
Brizard & Vuchic: As Schools Begin to Reopen, Some Are Developing All-Virtual Options to Meet Students’ Diverse Needs. Here Are 6 Examples
Bill Cosby Stars in Brooklyn High School Teacher’s Panned Comedy Lesson
‘She Made Me Feel Like I Wasn’t Entirely Alone’: 10 Students and Families Pay Tribute to the Teachers Who Helped Them Endure the Pandemic
Immigrant, Bilingual Special Educator Named National Teacher of Year, Says She’s Devoted to Finding ‘All Our Students’ Strengths’
To Rebuild Trust With Families, Ed Dept. Seeks Input From Outspoken Parent Advocacy Group
As Early Ed Teachers Prepare for Fall, New Study Backs Efforts to Support Young Children’s Mental Health
Video Debate: Who Should Be Holding Schools Accountable — Parents or the Public?
Spring Came, the Pandemic Improved, the Economy Got Stronger, But College Enrollment Numbers Actually Got Worse
Albright: Physical Health Is Only Part of What Makes a School Safe. 4 Ways to Include Student Mental Health in Reopening Plans
Antonucci: Has Teachers Union Pressure on CDC Turned the Government’s Best Scientific Guidelines into a Bargaining Chip?
Researchers Combed Through Over 1,600 Teachers of the Year Since 1988. Here’s What They Learned about the Winners
‘Not The Kind of Growth We Need’: Despite Some Recovery of Learning Lost During Pandemic, Test Results Reveal Large Gaps
WATCH: Where Are The Kids? Understanding Why Enrollment Is Dropping
Watch: How a Brooklyn School Reopens — With No COVID Cases — in the Pandemic
Watch — Psychology Professor Allyson Mackey Recaps New Education Research Showing Kids Give Up Easier If Parents Step In To Help
Biden Earns High Marks from Educators on His First 100 Days, But Some Note There Are Still ‘Kids Sitting at Home’
An Educator’s View: Stop Making Students Pawns in a Political Game They Didn’t Sign Up to Play
Analysis: By Paying Stipends to Schools’ Teaching Staff, Districts Can Add Learning Time Without Breaking the Bank
Hauptman: Biden’s American Rescue Plan Presents an Opportunity to Heal the Country Through National Service
Charter Founder Seth Andrew Charged with Stealing over $200,000 from Civics-Focused Network He Created
D.C. Public Schools Won’t Lose Money This Year Despite Enrollment Loss; Experts Ask: Is That Enough For Post-COVID Recovery?
‘No One Knew We Were Homeless’: New Relief Funds Fuel Efforts to Find Students Lost During Virtual School
Petrilli: Biden Wants Free Community College — But Also Better High School-to-Career Pathways. Is He on to Something?
Analysis: Remote and Hybrid Learning Have Been Difficult for HS Students. 8 Steps They Say Teachers Can Take to Keep Them Motivated
Reinventing School Discipline in Texas: After Years of Unequal Punishment for Black Students, Dallas ISD Moves Toward Historic End to Most Suspensions
State Pre-Ks Face ‘Huge Setbacks’ Because of the Pandemic, But Leaders Pin Hopes on Future Federal Revenue to Increase Access
Analysis: Arizona Leads in Academic Growth — and Both Charter and District Schools Contribute to Student Success
Stelitano: The American Rescue Plan Is a Chance to Support Students with Disabilities. Here Are Some Investments Worth Considering
Analysis: Last Year’s Polls Showed Teachers Were Thinking About Quitting. This Year, Evidence Suggests COVID-19 Had Little Effect on Their Job Retention
‘What Would It Mean to Equalize Access to Tutoring?’ Brown University’s National Student Support Accelerator Aims to Find Out