School & District Management Interactive A Year of COVID-19: What It Looked Like for Schools
This timeline offers a look at how a full year of living and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded.
School & District Management Most Principals, District Leaders Predict Their Schools Will Be Fully In-Person This Fall
EdWeek Research Center surveys track the growing trend to get more students back in school buildings as soon as possible.
Equity & Diversity Opinion The Scary Truth About Student Radicalization: It Can Happen Here
How do children grow into hate-filled adults? Researcher Amra Sabic-El-Rayess, a Bosnian genocide survivor, explains.
College & Workforce Readiness Leader To Learn From An Untapped Path to Equity Runs Through Career-Technical Education
Former EdWeek Leader to Learn From Susana Cordova, now with the Dallas district, highlights how CTE could be harnessed to create equity.
States Vaccine Access Speeds Up for Teachers After Biden's Declaration
The vaccine landscape for teachers shifted dramatically after President Joe Biden directed states to prioritize the K-12 workforce.
Student Well-Being What the Research Says How Much COVID-19 Cleaning in Schools Is Too Much?
The pandemic has spurred constant cleaning and disinfecting in schools, but some research raises questions about how much is needed.
COVID-19 has upended America’s K-12 education system. See how schools are being impacted.Read More
The latest news and insights on the debate over when, and if, to reopen school buildings.Read More
The pandemic has disrupted schooling for nearly a year, leading to concerns over learning loss.Read More
Thanks to COVID-19, High Schoolers' Job Prospects Are Bleak. Here's How Schools Can Help
The economic fallout from COVID-19 is speeding up workforce changes and vulnerable students are at greater risk of falling behind.
Top U.S. Companies: These Are the Skills Students Need in a Post-Pandemic World
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Delta, Apple, and others make the case for schools to help students develop resilience, adaptability, and empathy.
Student Interest in Health-Care Careers Takes Off During Pandemic
The coronavirus crisis is boosting a trend toward health-care and medical pathways. The challenge is getting students hands-on training.
The COVID-19 Economy Is Putting Vulnerable Students' Career Prospects at High Risk
The EdWeek Research Center conducted a survey of educators to understand which students are now most at risk for job limitations.
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English-Language Learners Spotlight Spotlight on Bilingualism and Remote Learning - Second Edition
In this Second Edition Spotlight, evaluate how schools will measure learning loss for English-learners and more.
Classroom Technology Video What is Clubhouse? How Are Educators Using It? (Video)
Patrick Harris, a middle school teacher in Michigan, explains how Clubhouse has enhanced his teaching, allowing him to widen his network and discuss key education issues with teachers from around the world in real time.
Families & the Community Audio A Storm, Power Outages, and a Pandemic: Texas Educators and Families Describe a School Year Upended
On top of the deadly pandemic, millions of people in Texas lost heat and water for days after a winter storm. Hear how families and educators coped.
Federal Video Watch: The CDC's New COVID-19 Guidance for Schools, Explained
The CDC released new guidance for schools on how to conduct in-person learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. This video explains more.
Federal Video Unpacking Cardona's Confirmation Hearing: What We Learned
Education Week reporters Andrew Ujifusa and Evie Blad discuss key topics that arose during Miguel Cardona's confirmation hearing, and what comes next.
Teaching Profession Audio Sitting on the Roof at Night for Internet: Pandemic Learning in the Navajo Nation
A teacher at a college-prep school for Native American students sees the struggles her students face daily to do their schoolwork from home.
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Market Trends How the Pandemic Is Challenging Companies’ Product Development
The pandemic has forced companies to change how they develop products and what they look for in incorporating feedback from educators and families.
Marketplace K-12 Report Offers Window Into International Schools’ Curricula
International private schools have boomed in recent years, and new research suggests they're reliant on courses of study like the Cambridge curriculum and other U.S.- and U.K.-based models.
Purchasing Alert Florida District Seeks Civic Curriculum; Texas School System Looks for Special Education Consulting
A mid-sized Florida district wants to buy civic literacy books, while a district in Texas is looking for special ed consulting services.
Analyst's View Inside New Guidelines for How Districts Will Judge Social-Emotional Learning Products
A framework released by the influential group CASEL places an emphasis on products supporting supporting equity and student decision-making in their well-being.
- LeadershipEquity & Diversity Why Are Black Teachers Being Vaccinated at Lower Rates Than Their White Peers?The discrepancies are about more than vaccine hesitancy, says one union leader.Boy, 15, Injured in Arkansas School Shooting; Classmate HeldA 15-year-old boy shot and seriously injured a fellow student Monday morning at an Arkansas junior high school, authorities said.Policy & PoliticsEducation Funding Nearly Half of School Finance Officials Report 'Sufficient' Federal COVID-19 Aid, For NowA survey of local K-12 administrators also found "addressing learning loss" and ed-tech to be primary uses of relief dollars.Biden Administration, Education Groups Back School District in Student Online Speech CaseA Pennsylvania district and its allies argue that administrators need to be able to discipline students for threatening or bullying speech.Federal Appeals Court Upholds School's Removal of 4th Grader's Essay on LGBTQ RightsThe U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit backs a principal who said the essay was age-inappropriate for inclusion in a school booklet.Teaching & LearningCurriculum The Dr. Seuss Controversy: What Educators Need to KnowThe business that manages Dr. Seuss' work and legacy will cease publishing six books due to racist stereotypes and offensive content.A Plan for Standardized Test Scores During the Pandemic Has Gotten States' AttentionA testing expert says his idea would provide helpful data with key context, but said other measures about student well-being are crucial.New National Civics Guidelines Carve a Middle Path for Teachers in a Polarized ClimateIn U.S. schools, history and civics are both neglected and controversial. Can a new set of guidelines help?TechnologyFuture of Work Q&A How to Get More Students of Color Into STEM: Tackle Bias, Expand ResourcesMathematician and former National Football League player John Urschel on what it will take to see more students of color in STEM careers.How Virtual Learning Is Falling Short on Preparing Students for Future CareersThe pandemic is helping some students gain virtual working skills, but many are being left behind.A Clubhouse Explainer: What Educators Should Know About the New Audio Chat AppEducators are flocking to Clubhouse, an emerging invitation-only social app for iPhone users—even as social media experts warn of red flags.