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Four-Day Work Weeks, Big Signing Bonuses and Paid Moving Expenses: See How Districts Across the U.S. Are Luring Subs, Special Ed Teachers
‘We Left Those Students Behind’: 1.9 Million Low-Income Youth Boxed Out of Afterschool Programs, Despite Surging Parent Interest in STEM Offerings
Educating Amid COVID: From Michigan’s Test Scores Showing Eroding Student Performance to the Hurricanes Hampering Louisiana’s Pandemic Recovery, 9 Ways States Are Confronting the Crisis
As the Pandemic Set In, Charter Schools Saw Their Highest Enrollment Growth Since 2015, 42-State Analysis Shows
5 Tips to Make Masks and Other COVID Realities Less Stressful for Young Students in the ‘New, New Normal’
Educators’ View: With Kids Finally Back in School, the Last Thing Teachers Want Is to Spend Class Time on Tests. But Kids Need Us to Do Just That
When Climate Change Forces Schools to Close: Fires, Storms and Heatwaves Have Already Kept 1 Million Students Out of Classrooms This Semester
74 Interview: Generation Citizen CEO Elizabeth Clay Roy on Why Civics Education is Patriotic — And Why She’s Hopeful About America’s Future
Exclusive Data: An Inside Look at the Spy Tech That Followed Kids Home for Remote Learning — and Now Won’t Leave
‘Staggering’: New Research Shows that Child Obesity Has Soared During Pandemic
New TikTok Trend Has Students Stealing, Vandalizing Their Schools for Fame — a “Devious Lick” for Them, But Another Blow for Struggling Schools
Drool-Worthy: As Biden Urges More COVID Tests, Quick and Inexpensive Saliva Screening is Raising Hopes for a Less Disruptive School Year
School Reopening, By the Numbers — How 100 Top Districts Are (and Aren’t) Adapting: Parent Waivers, Test Kit Shortages and Learning in Quarantine
COVID Vaccine Authorization for Children Ages 5-11 Possible Within Weeks After Pfizer Trials Find Shots Produce ‘Robust’ Immune Response
Shortage of Afterschool Workers Over COVID-19 Fears and Low Pay Leads to Long Waitlists and Uncertainty for Working Parents
Special Report — Fallout from COVID’s K-Shaped Recession May Be Felt By Students for Years. How Can Schools Avert a Classroom Crisis?
‘Too Much Masking is Real’: More Districts Call on Students to Mask Up Outside, but Scientists are Skeptical
Aldeman & Roza: From Paying Parents to Transport Their Kids to School to Calling Out the National Guard — Innovating in the Face of a Bus Driver Shortage
WATCH: Where Are The Kids? Understanding Why Enrollment Is Dropping
VIDEO: How Extreme Weather and Climate Change-Fueled Disasters Have Closed Classrooms for a Million Kids This School Year
Can Austin’s Schools Handle the Fallout from COVID’s K-Shaped Recession?
Ask the Doctor: Did We Miscalculate the Risk of COVID for Kids?
The 74 Interview: Author Bonnie Kerrigan Snyder on Free Speech, Critical Race Theory and ‘Giving the Devil His Due’
Pandemic Testing Gaps Complicate Ability to Pinpoint Struggling Schools at a Time When Students Need Extra Help, School Leaders Say
From Tragedy to Triumph to Failure: How 9/11 Helped Pass No Child Left Behind — And Fueled its Eventual Demise
Martinez: My San Antonio District Is Requiring All School Staff to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine. Yours Should, Too
Spurrier: Homeschooling Is on the Rise. What Should That Teach Education Leaders About Families’ Preferences?
‘They Created a Space For People Like Myself’: How an Online Community of Rhode Island Educators of Color Supported Each Other Through the Pandemic
Chatterji: From AP to IB to Dual Enrollment, There’s a Troubling Racial Gap in Access to Advanced HS Courses. Here Are Some Ways to Close it
Williams: Conservatives Protecting the Freedom of the ‘Recklessly Unmasked’ Imperil Children for Political Points
MIT Students Make STEM Come Alive for Boston Middle Schoolers in Free, Virtual Camp Just Before School Reopens
‘Something Was Missing’: 97% of North Carolina Survey Respondents Never Taught About State’s Grim Eugenics History
Photo Gallery — New York City Public Schools Reopen for Their First Fully In-Person School Year Since the Pandemic Began
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