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Accelerating Excellence in Texas Schools: How the ‘ACE’ Initiative Is Changing the Way Dallas Evaluates Its Teachers and Empowers Students with Data-Driven Instruction
A School Data Breakthrough in Dallas: How an Innovative School Model Is Proving That Data Can Help Teachers Shape Individualized Instruction — and Achieve Impressive Student Growth
Texas, 78207: America’s Most Radical School Integration Experiment
After School, Students Are ‘Playing the Whole Game’ in Activities From Drama to Sports to Debate. Backers of Project-Based Learning Ask: Why Can’t All of Education Look Like This?
Lesaux and Jones: Is This High-Quality Preschool Really Working? To Find Out, Parents Should Ask About These Unseen Things
Charlottesville Summit, 30 Years Later: Jeb Bush on the Governors’ Gathering That Changed Education, Creating Aspirations & Why the System Doesn’t Work for Today’s World
Adams: New York City Has a Plan for Completely Integrating Its Schools. Great. Now Can We Talk About Why Kids Aren’t Learning?
Aldeman: We Think We Know How to Teach Reading, but We Don’t. What Else Don’t We Know, and What Does This Mean for Teacher Training?
Back to School but Nothing’s Normal. Schools Mobilize to Help Children of Immigrants After Traumatic Summer
As Rate of Children Without Health Insurance Rises in 2018, Researchers Ask: Is Trump’s Immigration Crackdown to Blame?
Textbook Adoption Was Once About ‘Going to the Right Dinner’ With Publishers. Now EdReports is Disrupting the $8 Billion Industry by Putting Teachers in Charge
As Schools Diversify, Principals Remain Mostly White — and 5 Other Things We Learned This Summer About America’s School Leaders
America’s Schools 65 Years After Brown v. Board: 7 Things to Know About the Unsung Plaintiffs Who Joined Forces to Reshape Education Six Decades Ago — and the Challenges That Remain
Allen: The Solution to the Nation’s Teacher Shortage? Make Them Entrepreneurs, With Autonomy, Authority and a Salary to Match
Stewart: The Democratic Presidential Candidates Have Something for Everyone — Except Classroom Students
‘If You Don’t Tell Your Story, Somebody Else Will’: Sixty-Five Years Later, Brown v. Board Participants Work to Correct the Record
Fisher: Who You Know — 3 Ways Schools Can Foster Competency-Based Education by Focusing on Student Relationships
LISTEN: Can Puerto Rico’s Schools Be Saved? New EWA Podcast Interviews 74’s Mark Keierleber About Island’s Education System, Crippled by Storms and Scandals
Leery of Charter Talk, Democratic Candidates Wade into Teacher Pay, College Debt, the Next Ed Secretary — Almost Any Other School Issue — During Thursday Debate-a-Thon
Whitmire: Both Fans and Critics of Success Academy’s Remarkable Results Will Find Something to Like in Pondiscio’s New Book. But Don’t Use It to Judge All Charter Schools
Stafford-Brizard: Teachers and Researchers Have Deep but Distinct Expertise. By Bringing Them Together, We Can Transform Education
Millions of Students Are Chronically Absent Each Year. Improve School Conditions and More Kids Will Show Up, Report Argues
Special Delivery: Denver Teacher Goes Into Labor at School — and Soon, Baby Zara Is Born on the Sidewalk Outside
2020 Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Love ‘Universal’ Pre-K. But When It Comes to Providing Schooling for America’s Youngest Students, Few Are Moving Beyond Talking Points
WATCH: Everything You Need to Know About Title I — and the $15 Billion It Directs to American Schools — in 2 Minutes
WATCH: 65 Years After Brown v. Board, What You Don’t Know About the 5 School Segregation Cases That Came Together at the Supreme Court
WATCH — Inside Democracy Prep, a School Network With Civics in Its DNA, Students Are Embracing Their Assignments to ‘Change the World’
Schools in Providence Are Poised for a State Takeover. Can the District’s Decade-Old Student Union Seize the Moment?
‘Why School Choice Is the Black Choice’: In Washington, Black Educators Have the Debate Democratic Presidential Candidates Didn’t Want
Today Show Hosts Take Over as Teachers at Newark’s North Star Academy and Can’t Quite Believe What They See
Garg: Research Is One Area of Education the Federal Government Does Best. It’s Time for Congress to Boost Funding for Education R&D
Connecticut One of 20 States Leading the Charge on Creating Open Education Resources That Stretch From K-12 to College
3 Congress Members, 5 Education Leaders — Including Former NBA Star Jalen Rose — Honored for Their Charter School Work During Congressional Black Caucus Conference
De Blasio: How to Make Every School a Good School for NYC’s 1.1 Million Students ‘Has Not Been the Essence of the Conversation’
Migrant Children Separated From Parents Experienced Severe Trauma, Government Watchdog Finds. Here’s What That Means for America’s Schools
Latest Version of Sweeping California Charter School Bill Waters Down Original Draft, Is ‘Setting the Clock of Progress Way Back,’ Opponent Says
Pondiscio: I Just Wrote a Book About Success Academy Charter Schools. It Does Not Support Your Preferred Narrative. I Hope You Hate It
Equity Does Not Mean Everyone Gets Nothing: There’s a Better Way to Address New York City’s Gifted Gap
Coleman: To Solve the Problem Below, Try Using a Tape Diagram. It’s an Example of How Different Ways of Doing Math Can Make Hard Problems Easy
Malkus & Martin: When It Comes to Merit Pay, Newark’s Teacher Contract Is Out With the New and in With the Old
Bharwani: This 14-Year-Old Just Published Her First Alexa Skill. She Used to Think She Wasn’t Good Enough. Now She Knows She Is Exceptional
Building a Smarter (and Cheaper) School Bus System: How a Boston-MIT Partnership Led to New Routes That Are 20% More Efficient and Saved the District $5 Million
2020 Democrats Want to Dramatically Increase Title I Funding. But Without More Accountability, Is This Just the ‘Santa Claus Approach to Education Policy’?
The Mandatory-Expulsion Maze: Giving a Friend an Adderall Derailed an Honor Student’s Academic Career. He’s Not the Only One
4.5 Million Young People Nationwide Are Not Working or in School. How Cities Are Working to Get Them Back on Track — & Avoid the School-to-Prison Pipeline
‘Kids Are Being Arrested, but They Don’t Ask, “Are You OK?”’: San Antonio Students Advocate for Their Own Mental Health, but the Odds Are Against Them
After Saying It Would Go Above and Beyond to Educate Its Foster Care Students, Indiana Unveils a Plan That Is Little More Than Bullet Points