School Choice & Charters Biden Administration Tightens Rules on Charter School Funding Program
The U.S. Department of Education responded to over 25,000 public comments in making its final revision of charter school funding rules.
Teaching Profession Teaching Is Hard. Take a Break, 'Abbott Elementary' Stars Urge Teachers
Stars of the ABC workplace sitcom thanked teachers for "getting the job done."
Law & Courts The Supreme Court and Education: Key Rulings That Impact Schools
A recap of the court's decisions that are relevant to schools and educators.
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Contractors Are Filling Staffing Gaps in Schools. Know the Benefits and the Drawbacks
Schools turn to private companies for help filling positions with no local job candidates. It can be costly, but some say it's a big help.
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School & District Management Interactive Hour by Busy Hour: What a Principal's Day Actually Looks Like
From the time they wake up until they set the alarm at night, school leaders juggle the routine, the unexpected, and the downright bizarre.
Teaching Profession Video Here’s What’s Drawing Aspiring Teachers to the Field
Four student-teachers explain what’s drawing them to the field despite its steady stream of challenges.
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.
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Marketplace K-12 How to Make Teachers Informed Consumers of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence offers opportunities to enhance teaching and learning, but not if classroom educators fail to understand its capabilities and limitations, speakers at an ISTE panel said this week.
K-12 Insider One District’s View: Social-Emotional Learning as a Vehicle for Delivering ‘Life Skills’
Organizations delivering social-emotional learning have to meet the needs of many departments across districts
Purchasing Alert Virginia District To Buy World Language Resources; Texas School System Seeks Literacy PD
A district in Virginia is looking for world language resources, while a system in Texas seeks professional development in literacy.
Market Trends The Funding Cliff Looms. How Will School Districts Respond?
Despite new flexibility provided by the federal government, K-12 systems face complicated decisions in preparing for the the eventual loss of emergency stimulus aid.
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