Student Achievement How These Districts Are Using $10,000 to Boost Student Learning
The pilot projects, begun with grants from the National Education Association, aim to curb absenteeism, supply food, and offer tutoring.
Mathematics Q&A With Data Science in Demand, This State Is Infusing Instruction With It
Virginia has created a high school data science class and updated math standards to include more data analysis lessons.
School & District Management Schools Dismiss Early, Teach Online as Blast of Heat Hits Northeastern U.S.
Some districts cited inadequate air conditioning in cutting days short, and others held classes online just days into the new academic year.
Mathematics 7 States Now Require Math Support for Struggling Students. Here's What's in the New Laws
They focus on providing PD, diagnostic tools, and evidence-based teaching. But it will take time to work out the details.
Standards Opinion How One State Found Common Ground to Produce New History Standards
A veteran board member discusses how the state school board pushed past partisanship to offer a richer, more inclusive history for students.
Classroom Technology What Podcasts Did for Student Engagement in These Schools
Educators say the biggest benefit of podcasts in the classroom is that they help students find their voice.
School & District Management Richmond, Va., Schools Rename the Last of Their Confederate-Named Schools
The name changes may mark a turning point in the nationwide campaign to rename schools named for Confederate figures.
Student Well-Being Q&A Why This District Equips High School Students With Naloxone
Addressing student substance abuse should be a collaboration between schools and the community, according to a district leader.
Curriculum School Districts Struggle to Implement New Laws on Sexually Explicit Books
Some districts are using that law to remove certain books from schools altogether.
School Climate & Safety Superintendent 'Devastated' by Deadly, Post-Graduation Shooting
Violence disrupts a cherished rite of passage.
Law & Courts How a Court Ruling on a School’s Admission Policy Could Impact Others
Legal experts say a coming U.S. Supreme Court decision on race in college admissions could be relevant for the magnet school's policy.
School & District Management How Can You Tell What Students Need to Succeed at School? Ask Them
Some administrators let students drive purchasing decisions, shape dress code policies, and voice their concerns directly.
English-Language Learners Title 42 Has Expired. How School Districts Can Welcome Immigrant Students
While it's uncertain how many immigrant students will enroll, school districts offer advice on how to best serve them.
Equity & Diversity Parents Are Suing Schools Over Pronoun Policies. Here's What You Need to Know
Parents in six states have sued school districts for not requiring staff to disclose their children's chosen names and pronouns.