Student Well-Being What the Research Says Schools Can Help Make Sure Students in Poverty Now Don’t Grow Up That Way
New research from the National Academies of Science suggests ways schools can help combat intergenerational poverty.
Student Well-Being Schools Can Help Students Maintain Medicaid Coverage. Here's How
These new resources can help administrators, teachers, and school nurses get the word out.
Early Childhood What the Research Says Starting School in Infancy Can Help Low-Income Children Keep Up With Peers in Elementary School
Research on a birth-to-4 initiative in Tulsa finds academic gains through 3rd grade.
Student Well-Being A Wave of Students Are Losing Medicaid Coverage. What It Means for Schools
Up to 4 million children could lose coverage, largely for paperwork reasons. Schools can help families avoid a lapse.
Student Well-Being More States Call on Schools to Provide Period Products, But Many Don't Fund Mandates
Seventeen states and the District of Columbia require schools to stock free menstrual products for students, an analysis finds.
School & District Management Data Data: How Schools Respond to Student Hunger Over the Summer
The end of pandemic-era flexibility for schools and community organizations has translated into fewer students receiving free summer meals.
School & District Management Fewer Students Are Getting Free Summer Meals After Pandemic Waivers End
Summer meal programs are expected to serve fewer students following last summer's end of a federal waiver.
Reading & Literacy Michigan's 3rd Grade Retention Law Held Back More Black and Low-Income Students
Parents' advocacy and ability to navigate exemptions might explain the difference, new research finds.
Equity & Diversity This Principal Uses Her Experience as the Child of Farmworkers to Support Students
Raquel Martinez, a middle school principal in Washington state, ensures parents and students know their culture and language are valued.
Student Well-Being Millions of Students May Lose Medicaid Coverage. Schools Can Help Them Stay Enrolled
School communications could be critical to keeping millions of children's coverage from lapsing.
Student Well-Being Educators Largely Support Universal Free Meals for Students, But Worry About Complications
Most believe expanding the program would end lunch stigma and prevent hunger. But they also noted its cost and had concerns about food waste.
Student Achievement What the Research Says This One Change From Teachers Can Make Homework More Equitable
Homework policies can exacerbate inequities among students. Here's how teachers can help.
School & District Management Webinar How School Districts Can Benefit From Public Housing Partnerships
Learn how school districts currently work with public housing agencies and discuss ways to grow cross-sector partnerships.