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Trump School Safety Commission Recommends Rejection of Obama-Era Discipline Reform, Encourages More Armed Staff and Physical Security
How Montana’s Ruling Against Tax-Credit Scholarships Could Push the Supreme Court to Revisit the Religious Schools Issue
This Week’s ESSA News: States Rethinking Report Cards, Using Data to Inform School Oversight, Targeting Classrooms for Additional Support & More
Our 2018 Education Journalism Jealousy List: 22 Important Articles About Schools We Wish We Had Published This Year
QuotED in 2018: The 18 Quotes About Schools and American Education That Shocked, Inspired, and Tickled Us This Year
Lessons From Our Year Tracking School Shootings: Students More Likely to Be Hit by Lightning Than Shot in Class, Yet Fear of Mass Violence Is Driving Policy
Holiday Hero: 8-Year-Old Wisconsin Boy Aims to Collect a Thousand Toys for Kids at the Same Children’s Hospital Where He Had Surgery
11 Charts That Changed the Way We Think About Schools in 2018
History Has Its Eyes on Them: Musical-Infused ‘Hamilton’ Education Program Brings Civics to Life for HS Students
A Toy Gun, a Snapchat Post, and an Arrest
Dallas Hits on Successful School Turnaround Model With ACE, but It Comes at a Steep Price. Could a Wider Expansion Across Texas Now Be Its Best Bet to Survive?
Watch: Inside Indianapolis’s Purdue Polytechnic High, an Innovative School Built Around Design Thinking That Offers a Direct Pathway to College
Can Innovative Rural Schools Stem the Urban Bleed?
The Age of Anxiety? Why More Educated Millennial Parents Are Telling Researchers They Want to Know How Their Kids Measure Up in School vs. Their Classmates
A Mother-Turned-Education Activist Reflects: What I’ve Learned From 25 Years of Advocating for Latino Parents
After School Shooting, This Indiana District Sees Mental Health as Strategy to Curb Suicide, Violence
The Unwritten Story of Chicago’s Charter School Teacher Strike: Unions See Walkouts as Survival Tool
Smith: Unfair Local Education Funding Keeps Schools From Accepting Students Across District Lines. Here Are Some Ways to Fix That
Watch — Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan on Priorities for a New School Year: As the World Changes Faster Than Our Education Systems, America Risks Being Left Behind
WATCH: How EdFit Indiana Works Between Families and Schools of Choice to Ensure Students ‘Get In Where They Fit In’
74 Explains San Antonio’s Integration Experiment: ‘In 20 Years of Writing About Integration Efforts, I’ve Never Seen Anything Like This’
What’s in a Report Card? Depends on Who You Ask. New Report Shows That Parents and Teachers Have Very Different Understandings of Grades & Tests
The ‘Middle Skills’ Gap: Half of America’s Jobs Require More Than High School Diplomas but Less Than 4-Year Degrees. So Why Are They Under So Many Students’ Radars?
74 Interview: ‘The City Fund’ Founders Talk About Their New Campaign to Identify America’s Most Innovative Public School Systems and the First Metro Areas Where They’ll Be Investing
Segregated Classrooms in Segregated Neighborhoods: New Report Argues That Efforts to Integrate Schools Must Also Address Our Divided Cities
Johnson: Closing School for a Day of Professional Development Isn’t Good for Teachers — or Parents
Rotherham — In Appreciation of George H.W. Bush’s Education Legacy: Bipartisanship, Equity, and Our Ongoing National Conversation About School Standards
Houston Dad Confronts Boy Who Bullied His Son — and Becomes His Friend, Mentor, and Biggest Booster
74 Interview: Integrated Schools Founder on Talking to White Parents About Privilege and Turning Neighborhood Schools Into a Rallying Cry for Integration
As Schools Comb Social Media for Potential Threats, Has Mass Shooting Anxiety Turned Administrators Into the ‘Internet Police’?
Oldham: In Texas, in Illinois, and Around the Country, Businesses Are Working With Students to Better Bridge Classrooms With Careers
Waters: These 2 Teachers Wanted to Quit Their Union — but NJ Law Wouldn’t Let Them. Now, Following the Supreme Court’s Janus Verdict, They’ve Decided to Sue
National Poll on Education Attitudes Finds Majority of Teachers Down on Profession, Lack Trust in Parents
Union Report: How Many Affiliates Can NEA Prop Up? So Far, There Are 4 — and They Haven’t Always Been Good Bets for the National Union
Providing a Good Education Means Moving Beyond Outdated American Method of Schooling, Senator Says
Allen: I Lived the Struggle of Black Boys in Special Education, Which Is Why I Decided to Return to the Classroom
Montgomery: Scores on the ACT Have Dropped. But That Doesn’t Mean Changing Our Goals; We Must Do More to Help Students Meet Them