School & District Management District Pays $50,000 Fine to Scrub Confederate Leaders' Names From Schools
The fine to Montgomery, Ala., schools stems from a 2017 state law designed to preserve public memorials.
Student Achievement Q&A The 3 Teachers on the NAEP Panel Say It’s Time to Act on Drops in Scores
The teachers say the attention the results received hasn't yet translated into action.
School & District Management How to Recruit and Retain School Board Members of Color
Pay, staffing, and support are key ingredients, experts say.
School Facilities & Design
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Schools Trying to Prioritize Equity Have Their Work Cut Out for Them, Survey Shows
The pandemic exacerbated pre-existing inequities in education. Practitioners and researchers offer advice on how to move forward.
Schools Are Resegregating. There's a Push for the Supreme Court to Consider That
As the court weighs race-conscious college admissions policies, some say the needs of resegregating K-12 schools ought to considered, too.
All That Ed Tech Schools Bought During the Pandemic Won’t Improve Equity. Here's Why
Product design, limited organizational capacity, and the dangers of digital surveillance are all barriers, four experts told Education Week.
Science Quiz Do You Know as Much as Students Do About Climate Change? Quiz Yourself
Take our quiz to test your knowledge of climate change (and see how you stack up against today’s high school students).
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School Climate & Safety Video They Survived a School Shooting. Here’s What They Want You to Know
The survivors of one school shooting offer insight and advice to future school leaders dealing with similar tragedies in their communities.
Recruitment & Retention Video One District’s Transformative Solution to Its Staffing Shortage
A suburban Virginia school district overhauled its hiring process, enabling it to address a bus driver and teacher shortfall simultaneously.
School Climate & Safety Video How a School Shooting Survivor Found Healing in Activism
Voting for the first time has been part of one school shooting survivor's healing process.
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See how this elementary school teacher uses an SEL lesson to teach students about the value of kindness, empathy, and the power of words.
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Marketplace K-12 Amazon to Shut Down Online Course and Test-Prep Offering in India
The online retailer is phasing out Amazon Academy, a program designed to prep students for an engineering exam in India.
Marketplace K-12 School Groups Raise Concerns About Prospect of Big Changes to E-Rate Bidding Process
The U.S. Department of Justice has come out in support of the FCC creating a centralized document repository for E-rate procurements, a step the the law enforcement agency says could help root out fraud.
Purchasing Alert Calif. District Seeks Enrollment Forecasting; Texas School Shops for iPads
A district in California is looking for student enrollment forecasting, while an Oklahoma school system seeks a talent recruitment strategy.
Purchasing Alert Illinois District Buying Language Consulting; N.Y. System Purchasing Math Textbooks
A district in Illinois is looking for dual language consulting services, while a New York school system seeks high school math textbooks.
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