One student called Denver Public Schools’ actions “an example of performative support of student activism.”
Schools Chancellor David Banks’ comments prompted multiple City Council members to grill officials about the department’s plans on Wednesday.
Los niños que hablan español u otros idiomas en el hogar y los provenientes de familias con menos recursos probablemente serán elegibles para 20 horas semanales de preescolar gratis.
Seniors strove to serve their community and take on leadership roles while enduring COVID’s impact on learning.
Laurie Cardoza-Moore’s term extension comes as the commission’s work expands.
North Chicago will start transition to an elected school board in 2025, with a fully elected board in 2027
North Chicago SD 187 will transition to a fully elected school board by 2027. The state board of education decided on Wednesday that it was necessary to slowly transition the district to an elected school board with a few seats going up for election in 2025.
Colorado’s youth mental health crisis is complex. One student hopes to make a difference for her classmates.
Alicia Mannino is the newest physical education teacher at Girls High School
She would become the third school board member to pursue higher office this year
Video spotlights conflict between duty to inform parents and the responsibility to shield students
District says Newark high school of architecture, design will open next fall, despite state stop-work order
District officials anticipate the opening of the new high school of architecture and interior design for next fall despite the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development issuing a stop-work order on the construction site.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker names Steven Isoye, former teacher, principal, and superintendent from Chicago suburbs, to chair Illinois state board of education
Tell us what qualities, experiences matter most to you in the next leader of Tennessee’s largest district
Return to the choir room ‘is like seeing your best friend.’
Chalkbeat asked readers to nominate real-life versions of “Mrs. Howard” from Abbott Elementary.
Four Black students allege that Denver Public Schools unlawfully tried to trademark the name of their Know Justice, Know Peace podcast.
Plaintiffs challenge speedy rollout, among other things
The Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush High School is one of 10 Pennsylvania schools to get the honor this year.
It was the first time since 2005 that no public school run by NYC’s education department received the honor.
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The superintendent will reveal his takeaways in October as part of his three-phase transition plan.
Superintendent Aleesia Johnson will present the plan Tuesday evening.
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These Jeffco parents have already been through a school closure. They have advice on how to help your child through the change. It starts with patience and an open ear.
Estos padres ya han experimentado un cierre escolar, y tienen consejos de cómo ayudar a tus hijos durante el cambio. Todo empieza con paciencia y estando dispuestos a escuchar.
Newark students can stop wearing their face masks on Monday due to advice from the city’s health department, the district announced.
Katherina Lei, a member of Myanmar’s Karen ethnic group, came to the United States as a teenager.
New Jersey’s Black, Latinx students face shrinking access to school mental health staff, report says
The report’s author suggests a long-term funding solution is needed as federal COVID relief funds offer only a short-term remedy.
Parents at choice schools have pushed back against the proposal to break up the K-8 structure.
Elkhart and Muncie schools say they want to become more attractive to qualified teachers to cover open staff positions.
A call to channel ‘fears and frustrations’ into ‘action and solutions’
Beyond the typical joy and nerves among families and educators, there was a more somber reality: a majority of the city’s schools were starting the year with budget cuts.
New York City schools will cap kindergarten to third grade classes at 20 students, grades 4-8 at 23 students, and most high school classes at 25 students.
These are Colorado’s first school ratings based on complete test results since 2019.
Longstanding achievement gaps and a lack of local resources stymie progress
Mayor Eric Adams and his schools chief David Banks made no secret of their top priority for the new school year: improving how schools teach children how to read.
Chicago met its Tuesday deadline to get buses for 1,200 students. But the district is facing pressure from parents and advocates to make routes shorter.
Parents are left searching for answers as they wait for the district to send information on transportation for their children with disabilities.
A judge found that Adams 14 doesn’t have the authority to challenge the State Board’s directed action for reorganization.
Illinois is set to receive $760 million over the next 18 years after winning a lawsuit against major pharmaceutical companies for their role in the opioid epidemic. Law enforcement officials want part of the money to go to early childhood programs.