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The Bible is in art, literature, and history, but teaching it remains fraught with challenges.
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Federal Trump's VP Pick: What We Know About JD Vance's Record on Education
The Ohio senator has criticized schools for “CRT indoctrination."
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Sen. J.D. Vance, R-Ohio, right, points toward Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump at a campaign rally, March 16, 2024, in Vandalia, Ohio.
Sen. JD Vance, R-Ohio, right, points toward Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump at a campaign rally, March 16, 2024, in Vandalia, Ohio. Trump on July 15 announced the first-term Ohio senator as his running mate.
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School & District Management How Principals Are Outsourcing Their Busywork to AI
Principals are chipping away at their to-do lists with help from AI.
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Ed-Tech Policy Q&A How the FCC Wants to Tackle the 'Homework Gap'
The FCC is set to vote on whether to expand the E-rate program to include Wi-Fi hotspots.
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Race, gender, and disability status factor into which students are arrested.
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As more school tasks are completed on electronics, teens struggle to manage screen time.
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