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DPSCD officials will share final recommendations with the school board by next year.
Prize-winning authors spoke to Whitehaven H.S. students but had to hold back on discussing themes of systemic racism.
In an interview with Chalkbeat, NYC’s schools chief reflects on helming the nation’s largest school system.
The literacy lessons mirror the way students learn.
Jamarria Hall remains engaged in the fight to improve schools: ‘I want to change education,’ he says. ‘If you look at the last century, education has not changed at all.’
Students and parents can participate in focus groups on Oct. 25 and 30 to discuss specific reading programs.
Some advocates call for a larger overhaul of the system for determining who is eligible for special education.
The Illinois State Board of Education is creating a roadmap for schools. Parents and advocates want the plan to be more specific about how schools and educators can identify and support the needs of students with dyslexia.
By next June, the state’s top education leaders are expected to develop a plan to infuse “science of reading” principles into teacher preparation programs.
State test results for the city’s public schools show scores grew by 2 percentage points in math and English language arts this year.