School Climate & Safety At Least 19 Children, 2 Teachers Killed in Texas Elementary School Shooting
It's the worst school shooting in Texas history and the deadliest in the U.S. since 2012.
Teaching Profession Teachers Often Don't Get Lunch or Bathroom Breaks. That's Why Some States Guarantee Them
As concerns about keeping teachers mount, could laws assuring duty-free breaks help?
Student Well-Being What the Research Says COVID Vaccination Rates for Kids Are Stalling. What It Means for Schools
What's a school to do when just 1 in 3 elementary students are on track to be fully vaccinated by the end of the school year?
School & District Management Opinion Principals: Supporting Your Teachers Doesn't Have to Be Such Hard Work
Principals can show teachers they care by something as simple as a visit to their classrooms or a pat on the back.
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Case Study: The Hard Transition to 1-to-1 Computing Continues
Eighty-five percent of educators said their districts now have a device for each individual student at all grade levels.
What Schools Can Do Now to Ensure Their New Technology Lasts Beyond the COVID Cash Boom
Devices bought with federal emergency funds are going to be outdated in a few years, with no new money to replace them.
What We've Learned From a Quarter Century of 1-to-1 Computing
A school district tech expert outlines how the expanded use of laptops in schools has created opportunities and challenges.
What the Massive Shift to 1-to-1 Computing Means for Schools, in Charts
1-to-1 computing has expanded at a rate few could have imagined prior to the pandemic, creating opportunities and problems.
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Curriculum Video Problem Solving at the Highest Level: What Teachers and Students Can Learn From Tammie Jo Shults
Pilot and author Tammie Jo Shults on the problem-solving lessons in aviation that apply to teaching and learning.
Curriculum Video Planes, Drones, and Mathematics: How One Aviation Curriculum Is Opening Doors for Students
Students across the country are learning problem-solving skills in a curriculum that prepares them for careers in the aviation industry.
Student Well-Being Video Inside Latino Parents' Push for Healthy, Culturally Appropriate School Lunches
Parents in one Colorado district want to see the same improvements to school lunches that were achieved in a neighboring district.
Student Well-Being Video A Parent Looks Back On a Successful District-Parent Collaboration
In one Colorado district, parents advocated for improved school meals, and succeeded in bringing about significant change.
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Marketplace K-12 Federal Trade Commission Issues Warning to Ed-Tech Companies on Student Data Privacy
The consumer protection agency vowed to keep checks on an industry it said is "dominated by the commercial surveillance business model."
Marketplace K-12 K-12 Dealmaking: Class Acquires Blackboard Tool; Byju’s Great Learning Acquires PD provider
Startup Class Technologies has acquired Anthology's Blackboard Collaborate, and India-based Byju's company Great Learning has acquired Northwest Executive Education.
Purchasing Alert Miss. District Seeks Web-Based English and Math Instruction; Conn. System Looks For K-5 Data Monitoring
A district in Mississippi is looking for a web-based English and math assessment and instruction program while a system in Connecticut seeks a K-5 data monitoring program.
The European Union came to an agreement on the Digital Services Act late April, with stricter protections on data privacy and tech company accountability. he ew Digital Servis act os one the of approved from countries that seeks to set new regulations for data privacy, including for ed-tech companies.
- LeadershipRecruitment & Retention Principals May Be Dissatisfied. That Doesn't Mean They're LeavingTeacher and substitute shortages are harbingers of whether principals plan to quit.Nearly Half of Educators Say Climate Change Is Affecting Their Schools—or Will SoonMost educators said their school districts have not taken any action to prepare for more severe weather, a new survey finds.School Counselors Sound Cry for Help After Buffalo ShootingFor many schools, the May 14th shooting rampage in Buffalo prompted staff discussions on how they might respond differently.Policy & PoliticsLaw & Courts How Liable Are School Districts for Student-on-Student Sexual Harassment?The outcome of two federal lawsuits brought against the Nashville school district may answer that.Schools Can Seek More Time to Spend ESSER Funds on Outside ContractsWaivers are available for contract spending in key areas like construction, tutoring, and mental health.Conservatives’ Checklist: U.S. Supreme Court Education Decisions to OverruleHere are five education issues that could be targets for reconsideration if Roe v. Wade falls.Teaching & LearningTeaching Profession The Teaching Profession Is 'Crumbling': What Can School Leaders Do to Help?Longstanding problems are more urgent as schools struggle to meet students' emotional and academic needs.A New AP Precalculus Course Aims to Diversify the Math PipelineStarting in fall 2023, the course is intended to better prepare all students for college-level math regardless of their major.Are Aspiring Elementary Teachers Learning Enough Math?Teacher-prep programs don’t always dedicate enough time to elementary math coursework, a report finds.TechnologyPrivacy & Security Breach Exposed Data of a Half Million Chicago Students, StaffThe vendor didn't report the Dec. 1 ransomware attack to the district until last month, officials said.Wi-Fi on School Buses: Smart Move or Stupidest Idea Ever?An FCC proposal to use E-Rate funding to put Wi-Fi on school buses prompted strong reactions on social media.Internet on School Buses: FCC Eyes E-Rate Change to Expand AccessFCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel announced a proposal that would allow the use of federal E-rate funding for Wi-Fi in school buses.