K-12 Aid at Stake in Suit Over Census Question

Count educators as part of the population taking a keen interest in a major U.S. Supreme Court case about whether President Donald Trump's administration properly added a question about U.S. citizenship to the 2020 census. (April 22, 2019)

A Heavy Lift to Make School Data Transparent—And Easy to Use

States and districts are scrambling to meet the Every Student Succeeds Act’s demand for broad and readily searchable information about schools. (April 22, 2019)

Putting ESSA's Puzzle Together

Most Online Charter Seniors Do Not Graduate on Time

(April 19, 2019)

Overhauling Student Assessments: A View From the Pilot's Seat

(April 19, 2019)

Mismatch Between Science Tests, State Requirements

(April 18, 2019)

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Migrant Brothers Struggle to Adjust in U.S.

Since their mother was deported back to Honduras, Eric and Alberto have been going to school in a high-crime Philadelphia neighborhood. They’re beginning to question whether their lives can be better here. (April 22, 2019)

Q&A: Former Columbine Principal on Healing

(April 17, 2019)

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How the EPA's Deregulation Could Worsen Chronic Absenteeism

Increased air pollution threatens students' academic success more than you might think, warns physician and former classroom teacher Kunal Sindhu. (April 18, 2019)

Did the Common Core Kill Classroom Assessment?

New standards may be more rigorous, but they've created a widening gulf between large-scale and classroom assessment, argues Gregory J. Cizek. (April 16, 2019)

If You're Coaching and Not Learning, You're Not Coaching

Many people may believe a coach is the one with all of the power, but true coaching can offer learning opportunities for the coach and the person being coached. Here are four areas where Peter DeWitt did some learning. (April 14, 2019)

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Leaders To Learn From 2019

Each year, Education Week identifies some of the nation’s most exceptional school district leaders in its Leaders To Learn From report and shines a spotlight on their extraordinary impact on the success of educators and students. We are excited to reveal our 2019 honorees.
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‘I Feel for Them’—Columbine Survivor Helps Survivors of Parkland Shooting

Heather Martin survived the massacre at Columbine High School 20 years ago by hiding with dozens of others. Now, she helps victims of other mass shootings, including students from Parkland.
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Digital Directions

Racial Diversity of Online Charters Varies Widely by State, Study Finds

With statewide enrollments, full-time online charters could upend public education’s pattern of racial segregation. But would that be a good thing? (April 7, 2019)

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How Do Teachers Fund Their Classrooms? 6 Takeaways

Most teachers say they expect to contribute resources to their classrooms, but teachers aren’t only putting up the cash themselves. In addition to old standbys like grants and bake sales, many are turning to other fundraising opportunities, including online crowdfunding platforms like DonorsChoose. (April 11, 2019)

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Congrats! Your K-12 Company Has Won State Adoption. Now What?

After a K-12 company wins adoption in a major market, it needs to work equally hard at outreach and marketing in order to win over district buyers. This story is from EdWeek Market Brief, a service offering business and school leaders actionable insights about the K-12 marketplace. (April 12, 2019)

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