Issues

July 13, 2022

Education Week, Vol. 41, Issue 37
Photograph of crime scene tape and school.
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Education Briefly Stated: July 13, 2022
July 13, 2022
9 min read
Conceptual illustration of a sitting child casting a long COVID-19 shadow
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Woman standing on a paper boat with a tsunami wave approaching.
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Illustration of a young boy holding his hands against his temples with his eyes close. Clouds and virus pathogens circling around him.
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Paul D. Clement at the lectern for the petitioner.
A sketch by Art Lien, who just retired after a long career as a courtroom artist, shows U.S. Supreme Court arguments in April in <i>Kennedy</i> v. <i>Bremerton School District</i>, a case about a high school football coach's post-game prayers and one of several cases of interest to educators during the court's 2021-22 term.
Art Lien
Law & Courts The Supreme Court and Education: Key Rulings That Impact Schools
Mark Walsh, June 30, 2022
4 min read
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona speaks during the 2022 National and State Teachers of the Year event in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, April 27, 2022.
U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona speaks at a White House event in April.
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Equity & Diversity Proposed Title IX Overhaul: Key Questions on What's Next
Libby Stanford, June 24, 2022
6 min read
Students board buses at Frances Slocum Elementary School in Marion, Ind., after classes on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018. Marion Community Schools is looking for more bus drivers.
Students board buses at Frances Slocum Elementary School in Marion, Ind., where the school district has struggled to fill open positions for bus drivers—part of the larger wave of staffing shortages in schools.
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Recruitment & Retention How School Staffing Shortages Are Hurting Students
Mark Lieberman, June 15, 2022
11 min read
Angela Alfaro, a paraprofessional at Pascual LeDoux Academy, works on counting with a student on Thursday, June 2, 2022 at Pascual LeDoux Academy in Denver.
Angela Alfaro, a paraprofessional, works on counting with a student at Pascual LeDoux Academy in Denver.
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Conceptual illustration: Some students were more impacted by pandemic
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Student Achievement Opinion The Pandemic’s Toll on Academic Growth Wasn’t Uniform. Recovery Efforts Can’t Be Either
Dan Goldhaber, Andrew Mceachin & Emily Morton, June 21, 2022
5 min read
Conceptual illustration of a lone figure standing in a sea of bullets
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School Climate & Safety Opinion This Is What Happens to a Student’s Brain When Exposed to Gun Violence
Amanda M. Dettmer & Tammy L. Hughes, June 27, 2022
5 min read
Illustration of an open laptop receiving an email.
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Assessment Letter to the Editor 2022 Assessment ‘Most Important’ Ever
July 12, 2022
1 min read
Illustration of an open laptop receiving an email.
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Assessment Letter to the Editor We Need NAEP
July 12, 2022
1 min read
Illustration of an open laptop receiving an email.
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Recruitment & Retention Letter to the Editor A Note of Appreciation
July 12, 2022
1 min read
Illustration of various contraceptive methods.
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Student Well-Being Opinion Practical Steps for Educators in a Post-‘Roe’ World
Terrinieka W. Powell, Beth Marshall & McKane Sharff, July 6, 2022
5 min read