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The Illinois state board of education decided on Wednesday not to make changes to the current end-of year assessment for now.
The proposed fiscal year 2023 budget would give teachers a 2% pay raise and $1,500 retention bonuses.
‘Women in welding’: This Indiana high school teacher is on a mission to inspire girls to take her shop class
Twin Lakes High School teacher Kim Rosenbaum started a “women in welding” class for female teachers, counselors, and administrators.
The ruling effectively endorses Gov. Bill Lee’s education savings account program, the signature legislation of his first year in office.
Colorado is a highly educated state, yet there are large gaps in degree attainment. Here’s a reading list on the efforts to improve college access.
Desde que llegamos a Estados Unidos, mis padres han dependido de mi para entender conferencias en la escuela, citas médicas, y hasta formularios de impuestos. Ahora me voy a la universidad.
Chicago Teachers Union members will choose between three leadership slates with very different visions for the coming years.
An investigation found that Chicago Public Schools students at small, majority Black and Latino high schools were funneled to JROTC.
A majority of the Aurora school board voted to close two elementary schools just two months after voting to keep them open.
The school district’s information sessions about improving facilities are taking place throughout May.
The applicants are vying to replace Brad Laurvick, who will step down next month.
The Democratic state attorney general says the General Assembly is violating the state constitution.
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Anxiety, depression, and chronic absenteeism are on the rise as many students and parents struggle with school refusal after prolonged campus closures during COVID.
As I prepared to discuss the racist violence, I couldn’t help but reflect on what conversations might be banned if I did not teach in New York City.
In Fowler, a tiny town in the southeastern Colorado plains, higher education has become a way of life. Its high school sends most of its students to college.
Mayor Jim Kenney has 10 days to ask for new names, or 20 days to make his choices.
Christian Young talks about how he brings current events into his lessons, and the advice that he holds on to.
The state plans to invest in child care buildings, educator training, and startup grants.
Eddie Taylor commemorated the climb in an Instagram post: “We did it yall! The Expedition was a success.”
The $20 million center will centralize and strengthen the state’s 65 existing “grow your own” teacher preparation programs.
The united front suggests Colorado will face an uphill battle in its efforts to force change on the Adams 14 community.
Colorado’s Adams 14 school district was ordered to start a reorganization process, which begins with forming a committee.
As connections withered, our school became every school — the faceless bureaucracy people complain about on social media and in the news.
Memphis-Shelby County Schools wants a “fresh start” at Kingsbury High School. The community says it wants to be heard.
Officials cite health department guidance and impact on learning for the change in COVID policy.
It will be welcome news for school leaders worried about inflation and supply chain issues.
Jerica Phillips has served as the district’s top communications chief since 2020.
Chris Gibbons’ departure comes as Denver charter schools are challenged by declining enrollment and shifting political winds. He acknowledged that dynamic in a letter to families.
More than 60% of Michigan’s teaching workforce is over the age of 40, and the pipeline of new candidates is running low.
Crystal Williams shares why she decided to run for office and what she hopes to accomplish.
Staff shortages are overwhelming the system. One center has 258 families on a waiting list.
Pedro Martinez, who is fully vaccinated and boosted, was experiencing mild cold-like symptoms after testing positive on Thursday.
Manual High’s JROTC program will be transferred to bigger Northfield High school next year, a move alumni who praise the program and its instructor say is wrong.
Education advocates say the proposed middle school civics standards need more specificity, especially in regards to the history of Black Americans and other people of color.