Murals, games, and a ‘story wheel’ are among the strategies researchers say can promote academic achievement and child development.
Educator Sarah Budlow said the more she learned about the impact of a kid's school experience on their life and their future, the more she wanted to become a teacher.
Kenney, who will step aside early next year, hopes PHLpreK will keep expanding after mayor-elect Cherelle Parker takes over.
Lawmakers are preparing to tighten the retention provision for students who struggle to read.
Adopting a theme like sustainability, the arts, or math can cement a middle school’s culture and boost student engagement. But sometimes the theme is little more than branding.
The election of Olson as president puts an experienced leader at the helm of a school board that had earned a reputation for dysfunction and infighting.
Colorado Department of Education officials said the state doesn’t have data yet showing whether the online learning platform is making a difference.
According to a new survey of hundreds of Philadelphia teachers, their top concerns are their workload, unrealistic expectations around student achievement, and inadequate salary or benefits.
Mayor Eric Adams has argued that the limits are necessary to relieve severe overcrowding in the city’s shelter amid an unprecedented and ongoing influx of migrants.
Teacher Kali Burks shared stories from her first year teaching eighth grade.
With initiatives targeted at specific schools, neighborhoods, or family needs, they’re chipping away at a problem that has long undermined efforts to improve student achievement.
The statistics illustrating the depth of the youth mental health crisis are sobering. We want to hear from you to better understand it.
The turmoil unfolded on Nov. 20, when hundreds of students filled the halls of the Queens school in protest of a social media photo of a teacher holding an “I Stand With Israel” sign
Homeless children have certain rights aimed at maintaining stability for them at school, including the ability to stay at the school they’ve been attending.
The district is encouraging families to ‘Choose Your IPS’ in a bid to keep and attract more students.
Teacher training is critical to the success of NYC’s literacy mandate. Some teachers say they haven’t gotten enough support.
Bethel, who promoted changes to juvenile justice, will be the city’s top cop under mayor-elect Cherelle Parker.
The city’s decision to base funding allocations on last year’s homeless student data would exclude about 21,000 newcomers, Lander said.
Top Indiana lawmakers said the 2024 session would be more ‘measured’ to allow the sweeping changes of the last two years to take effect.
Fourteen schools had rates of 90% or higher. District officials credit tutoring, graduation coaches and other efforts.
The teachers sneaked into the shuttered school before it was to be demolished. Now the piece is on display in a museum.
FAFSA delays threaten how helpful a better application will be for students and families this year
Applications to the city’s network of public colleges more than quadrupled last month.
A Temple University program helps students develop skills to defuse conflicts and work as peer mentors.
The admissions process has built up a reputation for being stressful on families, but many value the ability to choose a school they see as the best fit for their child.
The pullout is the latest setback for efforts to overturn the controversial state law.
On Friday, a judge agreed to put the sale on hold, at least temporarily, following an objection from Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita.
Board members said Academy 360 deserves a chance to boost student test scores, especially considering that the school provides mental health support to students and families that one board member called essential.
Only the three new board members set to be sworn in later this month will be eligible for the higher pay. Sitting board members can’t vote to raise their own pay.
The financial cost of college was a big reason students have leaned toward schools that are an undermatch, in lieu of attending more selective schools
Sen. Jon Lundberg is cool to the idea of saying no to over a billion dollars a year.