A new survey shows that support for charter schools dropped by nearly 12 percent from last year. But what does that mean for public schools?
At Garret County Public Schools in Maryland, principals double as teachers. But that’s not the only way for school leadership to relate to their faculty.
A new report shows a widening gap between how parents perceive their children’s performance in school and what students are actually achieving.
Summer lunch programs like Kids Cruisin’ Kitchen in Nebraska fight student hunger while students are out of school.
Kent School District in Washington uses in-person conversations to engage parents. But new research also suggests that schools need to do more to engage parents who can’t attend traditional meetings.
In today’s always-on environment, school communicators need to develop continuous, ongoing strategies to engage students, parents, and community members.
Los Angeles Unified school district hopes a new advisory task force can ensure stronger community engagement and new strategies for progress.
The case of a New Jersey couple suing their local school district for their daughter’s suicide shows just one more reason why schools must be vigilant about school safety.
Teaching and learning are critical to school success, but as competition for students heats up community service and family engagement matter too.
As competition for students heats up, community service and family engagement matter more than ever.