School & District Management
Education news, analysis, and opinion about school- or district-wide efforts to find solutions to the challenges facing school leaders.
- School & District Management New York City's Equity-Minded Schools Chief ResignsRichard A. Carranza, the chancellor of the New York City schools, announced Feb. 26 he will step down from the job next month.School & District Management San Francisco School Board Pauses Renaming 44 Schools, Promises to Consult HistoriansThe renaming of 44 schools in the San Francisco Unified School District is apparently being put on hold after intense blowback.School & District Management Superintendent Who Led During COVID-19 School Shutdowns Gets Top HonorsMichelle Reid of Washington state's Northshore district, one of the very first to close schools last March, was named National Superintendent of the Year.School & District Management Is Lunchtime the 'Weak Link' in School Reopening Plans?It's risky when students are inside and unmasked, experts say. Here are five ways to mitigate that risk and make in-school meals safer.School & District Management Los Angeles Unified Shrinks Police Budget. Money Will Support Black Student AchievementThe board overseeing the Los Angeles Unified School District has cut $25 million from the budget for school police and will use the money to help fund an achievement plan for Black students.School & District Management 6 Big Questions Superintendents Are Asking About the CDC GuidanceSchool leaders' queries show the challenges and concerns they face over resuming in-person teaching.School & District Management What the CDC Guidelines Don't Say About Classroom Ventilation and COVID-19 SpreadThe new guidance focuses less on ventilation than masking or distancing, but research shows some attention to ventilation can help.School & District Management Leader To Learn From Nurturing Talent at Home to Revive a Struggling RegionIn rural Edgecombe County, N.C., Valerie Bridges is revitalizing the region with micro-schools and a homegrown teacher-development program.School & District Management Leader To Learn From In Navajo Nation, a Star Superintendent Draws on His Ties to the CommunityQuincy Natay grew up in Chinle, Ariz. Now he's increasing student access to laptops and Wi-Fi to maintain growth in learning through the pandemic.School & District Management Leader To Learn From A Wrestling Coach Pins Down the Education Technology of the FutureA Kansas leader keeps his district abreast of evolutions in broadband and technology—and finds parallels in his role as a wrestling coach.School & District Management Leader To Learn From Ensuring Homeless Students Are Seen During a PandemicIn Everett, Wash., Amy Perusse brought together a range of agencies to meet the needs of homeless students and their families.School & District Management Top-Tier Principals Spark Big Gains in Student Learning. A New Study Shows How MuchReplacing a below-average principal with an effective leader means nearly three more months of math and reading gains.School & District Management Kentucky Is Set to Be the First State to Finish Vaccinating TeachersTeachers in the state who opt out of vaccination will likely no longer be able to work remotely.