The applicants are vying to replace Brad Laurvick, who will step down next month.
The daily reality for teachers has shifted during the pandemic. Chalkbeat wants to hear your stories.
The Democratic state attorney general says the General Assembly is violating the state constitution.
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.
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.
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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.
The bills to require early screening and intervention passed unanimously, an unusual occurrence in an election year when education policy has become a hot-button political issue.
El distrito de Denver ahorrará millones de dolares por el corte de 76 puestos. Así se propone gastarlos.
The lawsuit aims to eliminate a clause in Michigan’s constitution that could be used to challenge the ballot initiative.
Many schools saw an uptick in ninth graders repeating the grade this year. Now educators are trying to step in sooner to help struggling freshmen.
I chose Science Park’s International Baccalaureate program for its rigorous academics. My classmates and teachers made it an experience I’ll cherish forever.
A Colorado school discipline reform bill limits handcuffing, requires parents be told when students are restrained, and makes more data publicly available.
NYC education officials plan to expand transfer high schools to serve those students, using a Bronx school as one model.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wants to overturn this Supreme Court case, a bulwark against laws targeting undocumented students’ education.
A new program in the Jeffco district is one of the few inside a public school focusing on middle and high school students with dyslexia.
Some Chicago schools canceled prom last year or hosted smaller events with COVID restrictions. This spring, prom is back with a vengeance.
School lunch programs grew during the pandemic. With federal waivers set to expire, lawmakers are asking voters to maintain that progress.
The district will spend COVID relief funds to rebuild five schools, renovate buildings and reopen previously closed school buildings.
School districts across the nation have reported rising chronic absenteeism this school year, as in-person schooling resumed for the first time in over a year during the pandemic.