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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 Unwritten Story of Chicago’s Charter School Teacher Strike: Unions See Walkouts as Survival Tool
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
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?
Can Innovative Rural Schools Stem the Urban Bleed?
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?
Florida Dad Confronts Boy Who Bullied His Son — and Becomes His Friend, Mentor, and Biggest Booster
Texas, 78207: America’s Most Radical School Integration Experiment
As Schools Comb Social Media for Potential Threats, Has Mass Shooting Anxiety Turned Administrators Into the ‘Internet Police’?
Rotherham — In Appreciation of George H.W. Bush’s Education Legacy: Bipartisanship, Equity, and Our Ongoing National Conversation About School Standards
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
Segregated Classrooms in Segregated Neighborhoods: New Report Argues That Efforts to Integrate Schools Must Also Address Our Divided Cities
National Poll on Education Attitudes Finds Majority of Teachers Down on Profession, Lack Trust in Parents
Parton: State Report Cards Are Very Important but Hard to Use. 3 Ways to Make School Data Easier for Parents to Read & Understand
This Week’s ESSA News: The Limitations of Graduation Rates, How the New Education Law Will Allow Students to Transfer out of Dangerous Schools & More
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
74 Interview: Integrated Schools Founder on Talking to White Parents About Privilege and Turning Neighborhood Schools Into a Rallying Cry for Integration
Sanzi: Federal Lawsuit May Be Just What Rhode Island Students Need to Get Them the Civics Education They Deserve
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’
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
Providing a Good Education Means Moving Beyond Outdated American Method of Schooling, Senator Says
Montgomery: Scores on the ACT Have Dropped. But That Doesn’t Mean Changing Our Goals; We Must Do More to Help Students Meet Them
When Co-Curriculars Spark Careers: Over 80 Years, How ‘Career and Technical Student Organizations’ Have Evolved From Bricklaying to Business Management to Robotics
Tuchman & Pillow: Out-of-School Enrichment Is Critical to Student Success. We Must Close the Access Gap for Black and Latino Kids
Allen: I Lived the Struggle of Black Boys in Special Education, Which Is Why I Decided to Return to the Classroom
‘School Choice Is the Black Choice’: Roland Martin Kicks Off Education Tour With Indianapolis Town Hall, Tough Questions About School Innovation & the Achievement Gap
74 Interview: With Political Headwinds Rising, Constance Jones Becomes 1st African-American Woman to Lead Chicago’s Noble Network
Meet the 19-Year-Old Who Just Won a Seat on His Local Louisiana School Board: ‘The Board Needs Some Fresh Ideas and Young Members’
Beyond ‘College for All’: With Success Eluding More University Hopefuls, High Schools Are Pivoting to Prepare Grads for Prosperity Without a Bachelor’s Degree
Not Your Average Student Council: How Chicago’s Student Voice Committees Are Giving Kids a Real Say in Their Schools
40% of America’s Public Schools Don’t Have a Single Educator of Color. How the New Nonprofit BranchED Is Looking to Rethink That Minority Teacher Pipeline
Best of November: The 12 Most Popular Articles We Published This Month About Teacher Diversity, the Midterms, the ‘Homework Gap’ & More
Horn & Counselman: Why States Should Break the College-Degree Stranglehold and Make Jobs Available to All Qualified Applicants
Deeds: What an ‘Entrepreneurial Mindset’ Means for K-12 Education and the Skills Students Must Learn Before Entering the World of Work
This Week’s ESSA News: House Democrats Get Ready to Take Charge of Federal Education Policy, Feds Release Guidance on State Plan Changes & More
A Little Finland, a Little Canada, a Lot of Moxie: Why One Indianapolis Teachers College Is Betting It Can Train More Successful Educators After a Radical Reboot