U.S. rises in world rankings for math, reading, science as other countries’ performance slips
The drop in suspensions likely reflects a combination of fewer students learning in person and a reticence among educators to remove students from the classroom.
Based on two years of observations, “False Starts” looks at how segregation affects everything from how preschoolers play to how they interact with objects at school.
Federal education officials have received at least nine complaints involving antisemitism or Islamophobia on college or K-12 campuses since Hamas attacked Israel last month.
Education experts say extra instruction is a key strategy to address pandemic learning loss.
A long-awaited Biden administration program is putting $12.5 million toward school integration efforts.
A new federal rule permits 3,000 more districts to give free meals to all students. But without additional funding from Congress, many will likely hold off.
Amid efforts to tackle challenges students face, one administrator says her message remains: ‘You’ve got to come to school.’