School & District Management Critical Race Theory Fights Have Made Life Miserable for School Board Candidates
Discussing the divisive issue in a way that works with voters is no easy task. Just ask those who've tried it, with mixed results.
Families & the Community Opinion A Guide to Diffusing Charged Conversations With Parents
When faced with conflict, should you stand your ground or seek common ground? Irshad Manji writes that it's possible to do both.
School & District Management Principals Bear the Brunt of Parental Anger, Staff Fatigue as COVID Drags On
As the face of their schools, principals are front and center in battles over masks, quarantines, and other hot-button COVID issues.
Families & the Community Teachers' Union, Education Groups Unite to Resist Critical Race Theory Bans
Some of the country’s most prominent education groups are organizing against efforts to restrict teaching students about racism.
School & District Management In Their Own Words Defiant Superintendent: 'How Can I Follow a Law I Believe Endangers My Students?'
A superintendent explains why he required masks in school despite a statewide ban on such policies.
School & District Management Opinion Masks. Vaccines. Anti-Racism. Expert Advice for Schools Caught Up in Conflict
To resolve education’s biggest fights, educators need to pursue a counterintuitive approach, writes Amanda Ripley.
School & District Management A View From the Hot Seat: How One District Leader Is Confronting COVID-19's Latest Twists
An assistant superintendent in Texas talks about how to keep the pandemic in check for the new school year even as the Delta variant spreads.
School & District Management Opinion Leaders, Your Communication Plan Needs to Start With Your Staff
Staff members are the point of contact for thousands of interactions with the public each day. They can’t be the last to know of changes.
School & District Management Opinion A Crisis Sows Confusion. How District Leaders Can Be Clear in Their Messaging
Choosing a go-to source of information is a good starting point, but it doesn’t end there.
States How to Talk About Next School Year Presents a Big Test for Education Leaders
State K-12 officials must clearly communicate plans for safety, academics, and mental health, while mixing urgency with nuance.
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School & District Management Teacher's Union, PTA Ad Campaign Promotes COVID-19 Aid for Schools
The National Education Association and the National PTA have announced a multi-million-dollar advertising campaign to support a new federal coronavirus relief package that includes designated funding for schools.
School & District Management One State Polls the Public on Whether to Reopen Schools
As Montana's governor pursues a plan to gradually reopen the state, the state education department is relying in part on public opinion to decide whether to reopen schools this year.
School & District Management Survey Finds Many Parents Shrug Off Coronavirus' Impact on Learning
There is also a sharp political divide in how concerned parents are about the impact of the coronavirus on their children's education, a Gallup survey shows.