It’s been two weeks since the Capitol attack. Here’s how students are feeling about national politics

A screenshot of a Zoom call with students. Top row, left to right: Joshua Araujo, Mia Sullivan, Cayla Kushner. Middle row: Makeda Byfield, Polly Gilmore, Dempsey Miller. Bottom row: Jahin Rahman, Lucia Tsurumaki.
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Katy Anthes will lead a book study and offer private and small group coaching to help school district leaders and others tamp down heated rhetoric.

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The Illinois Workforce and Education Research Collaborative’s recent report found that 14% of students took at least one dual credit course in the 2021-22 school year.

In his first two years, New York City schools Chancellor David Banks has made literacy his focal point. Will budget cuts threaten his progress?

Board President and Vice President Reginald Streater and Mallory Fix-Lopez will remain in their roles for the time being. Mayor-elect Cherelle Parker could pick new board members.

Denver Public Schools is spending federal COVID money on a curriculum of mental health activities to help reduce students’ anxiety.