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‘The Safest School in America’ Deploys a Range of Sophisticated Security Technology. Is It a National Model?
Inside the $3 Billion School Security Industry: Companies Market Sophisticated Technology to ‘Harden’ Campuses, but Will It Make Us Safe?
The State of America’s Student-Teacher Racial Gap: Our Public School System Has Been Majority-Minority for Years, but 80 Percent of Teachers Are Still White
When Higher Functioning Follows Form: Special-Needs Students Flourish in Sensory-Designed Schools
Unexpected Student-Discipline Trends in California: Suspensions Peak in Middle School, Black Kids More Likely to Be Disciplined in Segregated Schools & More
Arne Duncan: ‘I’m Not Convinced This President Wants to Have the Best-Educated Citizenry in the World’
Reading, Writing, and … Renting? Airbnb Says 1 in 10 Hosts Is a Teacher, Estimates Typical Educator Adds $6,500 a Year to Annual Income
Parkland Suspect Sought Special Ed Help but Was Derailed by Tug-of-War With School. To Parents of Special Needs Kids, It’s a Familiar Story
How Many Hispanic Students Are in the Public School System?
New Finding: Most States Don’t Test New Teachers on ‘Science of Reading’
Troubled Student, Teen Mom, Teacher of the Year: Is Connecticut Congressional Candidate Jahana Hayes the New Face of the Democratic Party?
What Is **Social-Emotional Learning** and How Does It Affect Kids?
Even as California’s Student Suspensions Fell 46% Over the Past 6 Years, the ‘Discipline Gap’ for Black Children Remained as Wide as Ever
The 74 Interview: Harvard’s Karen Mapp on ESSA, Family Engagement, and How Schools and Communities Can Partner to Help Kids Succeed
An EDlection Showdown in Maryland: Could a ‘Blue Wave’ Unseat America’s Second-Most Popular Governor — and Reshape the State’s Education Priorities?
With Nearly 8 Million Students Chronically Absent From School Each Year, 36 States Set Out to Tackle the Problem in New Federal Education Plans. Will It Make a Difference?
A Mother’s Crusade: My Special-Needs Daughter Is Thriving in a School Committed to Inclusion. I’m Fighting So More Kids Have That Chance
Spiro — Principals Need Coaches Too: What a New Study of 6 Large School Districts Reveals About the Shifting Role, and Value, of ‘Principal Supervisors’
WATCH: 35 Years After ‘A Nation at Risk,’ the Inside Story of the 36 Pages That Changed American Education
Video Explainer: Understand Why Trump Wants to Merge the Education & Labor Departments in 100 Seconds
Watch — Indianapolis Superintendent Lewis Ferebee, on Priorities for a New School Year: Pursuing Social Justice Through Equity, Agility & Personalization in Our Classrooms
Colorado Republicans Hold a One-Seat Majority in the State Senate. These Two Democrats Could Flip the Chamber — and Jump-Start State Education Reform
6.7% of Students Skip School out of Fear. Worry Over School Shootings Is Up. Yet School Violence Is Down. What Does This Mean?
This Week in ESSA: New Ways of Thinking About Turning Around Struggling Schools, Smarter Balanced Gets the Thumbs-Up in Nevada & More
Democrats for Education Reform Release New Poll Suggesting Most Voters Are ‘Education Progressives.’ Here Are 7 Takeaways
Teacher’s Perspective: How My School’s Chinese Immersion Program Is Paving a Pathway to Global Citizenship for Inner-City Students
The State of America’s Foster Care Students: How the Every Student Succeeds Act Is Designed to Better Understand and Support These 430,000 Kids
Review: In Arne Duncan’s New Memoir, Reflections on Putting Kids First, the State of Our Union, and the Lies We Tell About Our Schools
Arne Duncan, Obama’s Former Secretary of Education, Just Wrote a Memoir. Here Are 7 Key Highlights
More Than Half of California’s High School Grads Still Don’t Meet Minimum Requirements for the State’s Own Public Universities
Commentary: New Searchable Guide to Ed Tech Tools Can Bridge Relationship Gaps and Help Schools Support Students
Robin Lake: What Do the Lessons From 2 Innovative Learning Environments Imply for System Change in Education?
New Research: Diversity Initiative Helps Stave Off Gentrification in Seven NYC Schools
The 74 Interview: Strayer University President Brian Jones on Social Justice, ‘Pragmatic Compromise,’ and Becoming a ‘Thoroughbred’
New Help for Native American Students: How to Rethink School Design and Culturally Relevant Classrooms for the Next Generation
Commentary: Report on Common Core Gives This English Teacher Hope for Student Success in Reading and Writing
74 Interview: Longtime Civil Rights Activist Howard Fuller on Trump, DeVos, and What It’s Like to Advocate for School Choice in an Age of ‘Hypocrisy’