Providers hope the stress of maintaining safety protocols to keep the virus at bay will ease.
Districts have once again beefed up their summer programming, from credit recovery to camps focused on robotics and sports.
The proposed upgrades are part of an ongoing push to improve safety and security at Tennessee’s largest school district
At the end of a third pandemic school year, teachers are beyond exhausted.
Joseph and Associates, which will assist Tony Watlington, is led by the former superintendent of Nashville schools.
Indianapolis has committed COVID aid to retaining staff, academic supports, and infrastructure.
But the decision won’t turn on a money spigot for religious private schools.
Chicago’s graduating seniors were in their sophomore year of high school when schools shuttered in 2020. They reflect here on their experiences of going to school during the COVID era.
Children and teens are increasingly online. Librarians and media specialists can help them sort fact from fiction.
Due to recently announced budget cuts, parents fear they’ll see programs discontinued in the fall, and teachers are worried about their jobs.
Most parents of children under 5 are hesitant. Efforts to change that are likely to run up against familiar challenges.
Brent Johnstone and Akeiff Staples started FathersRead365 from scratch five years ago and worked hard to expand its reach.
The COVID vaccines will be available after authorization from the Food and Drug Administration Friday and expected approval by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Superintendent Roger León said the recommended changes seek to educate, not punish students.
A controversial March decision had unintended consequences that limited some innovation school flexibility, board members argued.
District scales back its ambitions after coming up short in request for county funding
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Scores rise across all subjects and grades, largely returning to pre-COVID levels, but disparities persist
The school board is expected to vote in November on the first round of closure recommendations.
Preschool enrollment in the district rose this year, but other factors will influence its long-term fate
The new data suggests that the charter sector was experiencing growing pains even before controversial rules proposed by the Biden administration.
Career and technical education programs show worth through high graduation rates, student satisfaction.
Enrollment declines at Colorado’s largest open-access higher education institution mean fewer first-generation college students are pursuing opportunities.
A growing number of educators are embracing the practice, popularized by Christopher Emdin, giving students a bigger say in shaping their learning.
The $1.8 million proposal would focus on areas near schools most affected by gun violence.
Expected hot weather prompted the Detroit Public Schools Community District’s superintendent to preemptively call for early dismissals Wednesday through Friday.
The court order marks another win for Gov. Bill Lee, but more legal challenges loom
Two Richards Career Academy cousins Chalkbeat Chicago followed through the school year graduate — and reflect on how the pandemic reshaped their post-high school plans.
Students who pass their course this year but fail or miss a Regents exam due to illness, injury or quarantine, could still earn a diploma under a new state proposal.
Twelve Memphians are competing for seats on the school board representing districts 1, 6, 8, and 9. What questions do you have for them?
Despite efforts to improve elementary reading instruction, many older students continue to struggle with reading.
Switch to Black History 365 program is part of a broader reexamination of social studies materials
Conservative pushback against critical race theory threatens to upend the work of Indianapolis schools to close academic gaps for students of color.
Mr. Diaz made it a point to have philosophical, meaningful class discussions.
Partisan control is at stake as the State Board of Education grows from seven to nine seats. Cultural issues are taking precedence over education reform.
Peggy Propst and Cody LeBlanc are competing to be the Republican candidate for the Colorado State Board of Education 8th Congressional District seat.
Schools will see less money in new budget deal, but Mayor Eric Adams says they’re not cuts. Instead, he sees the funding as reflecting the decreased student population.
College-going rates among high schoolers continue to fall — and not just because of the pandemic, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education said.
Students often do better in smaller classes, but there’s no agreement on exactly how much better.
A new poll from Magellan Strategies measures voter attitudes on a range of education issues.
The legislation is one part of a strategy to alleviate a growing teacher shortage in many districts
It took nine rounds of voting and several tense exchanges to fill the District 5 vacancy.
The charter schools proposed to replicate the STEM School in Highlands Ranch, provide an education that centers Black students, and offer an arts option for elementary students.
Citing unintended consequences, a majority of Denver school board members support moving forward a proposal to overturn parts of a new policy limiting school autonomy.
After ten years leading the district, Hite says his accomplishments constitute a strong “body of work.”