Student Well-Being Q&A Q & A: Connecting Community Resources to the Students Who Need Them Most
Schools' efforts to connect students to community support are critical to academic recovery, the leader of Communities in Schools said.
School & District Management Q&A Teachers’ Unions Want Every School to Be a Community School. Here’s Why
The president of the Los Angeles teachers' union on why teachers like community schools—and why some administrators don't.
Teaching Profession Q&A NEA President Sympathizes With Teachers Who Want to Quit. Here's Her Advice
Becky Pringle talks about the volatile political climate teachers are in.
Teaching Profession Q&A Teachers Need More Than Just Pay Raises, Secretary Cardona Says
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona sat down with Education Week to talk about the teaching profession, AI, and students' mental health.
School & District Management Supports in Every Title I School? A Community Schools Group Receives Record $165M
The donation from the Ballmer Group, funded by Connie and Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO, is the largest in Communities In Schools’ history.
States Will California’s $4.1-Billion Bet on Community Schools Transform K-12 Education?
Community schools could vastly improve educational outcomes, but this high-cost experiment is no quick fix, experts say.
Federal Biden Administration Boosts Grants for Community Schools, Sharpens Funding Priorities
The Education Department will award $68 million through its Full-Service Community Schools program.
Student Well-Being States Aren't Meeting Students' Needs, Wide-Ranging Analysis Shows
The Education Trust analyzed state policies on school discipline, wraparound services, educator diversity, and community engagement.
Student Well-Being Nonprofit Serving Schools in Need Gets Surprise $133.5 Million Gift From MacKenzie Scott
The donation puts Communities in Schools on a path to expand wraparound health and social services to more Title I schools nationwide.
Federal Progressives Pressure Biden to Help Schools Address Student Homelessness
Some Democrats in Congress say federal officials must promote cooperation across agencies to help children and families in unstable housing.
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