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Across the country, K-12 schools and districts are, again, considering how to ensure effective continuity of learning in the face of emerging COVID variants, politicized debates, and more. Learn from Alexandria City Public Schools superintendent
School & District Management Local School Boards Are Banning Critical Race Theory. Here's How That Looks in 7 Districts
Districts' "critical race theory" bans have resulted in abandoned DEI initiatives, widespread confusion and, for Black parents, distrust.
Education Funding Can Governors Really Take Money From Schools Over Masks?
State leaders are using the threat of funding cuts as a weapon in the mask debate—but it's not clear if they can or will follow through.
School & District Management Meet the School Leaders Defying Bans on Mask Mandates
A handful of superintendents and school boards are standing up to governors’ orders or state laws that bar them from requiring masking.
School & District Management Download 17 Leadership Lessons From the Kitchen Table: A Downloadable Guide
This year, 17 superintendents from around the country shared their most meaningful lessons from leading a district through the pandemic.
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 Opinion 17 Actions Administrators Can Take Now to Support Students & Teachers
The year ahead is going to be "insanely difficult." Innovation, educator agency, and equity will help leaders bring success to schools.
School & District Management Opinion 'Listening Is Free'—How Administrators Can Support Teachers This Year
Clearly define and articulate your values and find ways to bring people together are two ways principals and assistant principals can help.
School & District Management Opinion How Two Districts Managed to Consolidate During the Pandemic
The trick to being ready when disaster strikes? Be ready well before that.
School & District Management Opinion My Four Priorities for Leading a District During the Pandemic
One superintendent explains what “Maslow before Bloom”—a call to put survival needs before learning objectives—looks like in practice.
School & District Management Opinion Schools Faced a Massive Systems Failure During the Pandemic. How Do We Fix It?
Education leaders can (and must) find common purpose in the face of COVID-19, writes one superintendent.
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.