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 Live Online Discussion A Seat at the Table: Strategies & Tips for Complex Decision-MakingSchools are working through the most disruptive period in the history of modern education, facing a pandemic, economic problems, social justice issues, and rapid technological change all at once. But even after the pandemic ends,School & District Management Wanted: Superintendents to Lead Districts Through the End of a PandemicFormer superintendents say there are signs when it's time to move on. Their replacements are more likely to be greenhorns, experts say.School & District Management Has COVID-19 Led to a Mass Exodus of Superintendents?This year has been exhausting for superintendents. Some experts say they're seeing an unusually high number of resignations this spring.School & District Management Most Schools Offer at Least Some In-Person Classes, According to Feds' Latest CountA majority of 4th and 8th graders had at least some in-person schooling by March, but inequities persisted.School & District Management Opinion Education Researchers Should Think More About Educators: Notes From AERASteve Rees, founder of School Wise Press, posits AERA reflects a community of researchers too focused on what they find interesting.School & District Management What the Research Says High Costs, Outdated Infrastructure Hinder Districts' Air-Quality EffortsA national survey finds the pandemic has led districts to update schools' ventilation systems, but their options are limited.School & District Management Districts Are Spending Millions on ‘Unproven’ Air PurifiersSchools are buying technology that academic air-quality experts warn can lull them into a false sense of security or even harm kids.School & District Management Teachers' Mental Health Has Suffered in the Pandemic. Here's How Districts Can HelpTeachers’ stress and anxiety have soared during the pandemic, making it critical for districts to look after their mental health.School & District Management Remote Learning Isn't Going Away. Will It Create Separate—and Unequal—School Systems?Demand for remote learning is likely to continue in the fall, raising concerns about the quality of education virtual students will receive.School & District Management Opinion Young People Have a Desire to Save Their World. How Can We Help?Young people have an interest in learning and an innate desire to be part of saving society. Why do adults stand in the way?SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.In the United States K-12 system student enrollment is declining in many schools and districts. This trend has been particularly exacerbated by COVID and the state of evolving student enrollment, which is caused by manySchool & District Management Masks or No Masks: School Leaders Say They Can't Make Anyone HappyMore states are passing the buck on masking requirements to districts—and superintendents say their decisions are bound to displease someone.School & District Management Superintendent Under Siege Since Parkland Shooting ResignsRobert Runcie, who has led Broward County schools for nearly a decade, steps down in the face of perjury charges.School & District Management Explainer The Dismal State of School Infrastructure, in ChartsSchool buildings across the country are in disarray. Here's how it happened and what it would take to fix the problem.