As states continue work on their Every Student Succeeds Act accountability plans, a new website outlines guiding principles for effective strategies.
Effective school safety requires a strong policy, plan, and process, says former superintendent Dr. Gerald Dawkins.
Experts say the U.S. Senate’s move to repeal and replace Obamacare could mean big cuts to special education funding in America’s schools.
This July 4th weekend, we look back at how one founding father saw education as a vital part of democracy.
As states finalize their school accountability plans for the Every Student Succeeds Act, a group of education experts weigh-in on how to improve current strategies.
Seven common misconceptions about school safety and what school districts can do to protect their students.
As districts and states work to fight student homelessness, a new report outlines five important questions schools should ask about their poverty programs.
Districts across the country are struggling to find a balance between monitoring students’ social media usage and protecting their privacy.
Penn. high school student Peter Butera’s graduation speech ruffled feathers during commencement. It also reignited a debate over student empowerment and voice in schools.
States across the country are considering new laws that would require schools to notify parents when their child is bullied. But the debate is not as cut-and-dried as you might think.