Social Studies The Revised AP African American Studies: What's Been Changed and Why
The new framework will be used for the course's official launch next fall.
Social Studies AP African American Studies: What's in the Newly Revised Course Framework
The new framework comes after public debate from both political leaders and scholars.
Student Achievement What the Research Says How Absenteeism, Math Anxiety, and Other Factors Shaped the Troubling Results From PISA
Dive into the results on the Program for International Student Assessment.
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The case involves workers alleging employment discrimination due to a job transfer.
School Choice & Charters More Young Students Opted for Private School After COVID Hit
Newly released federal data shed light on where some students who left public schools ended up.
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Districts' Strategies to Diversify Teaching Staff, in Charts
New EdWeek Research Center survey data highlights how districts plan to recruit and retain more teachers of color.
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Proposition 209 prohibited the use of race in education. Its effects were debated before the U.S. Supreme Court this year.
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