Meeting the Moment

Superintendent Aleesia Johnson used her speech to invite Indianapolis families to consider the district’s offerings.

Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools is the state’s first to take Facebook, TikTok, and others to court.

The district will pay some students to attend an orientation program for freshmen and launch a hotline for families exploring options in June.

There’s a growing consensus that schools should schedule intensive tutoring during the school day and lean on computer programs to reach more students.

“It’s a huge, complex system, and it’d be naive to think one piece of legislation is going to fix everything,” one state official said.

A single facility school serves all of Colorado’s Western Slope, while rural schools struggle to hire skilled staff. Some children have to cross mountain ranges to get an education.

What happens when public schools can’t or won’t meet kids’ needs — and the wait for a specialized school is weeks or months?

The additional support could help the beleaguered facility school system grow by 40% statewide.

“The regret I have right now is that he’s not here for me to tell him that,” Mason said of student Austin Lyle, who took his own life after shooting Mason and another dean.

Minnequa Elementary School’s progress comes as many schools are trying to reverse pandemic-era drops in math achievement.

Cada vez más niños están en duelo por la pérdida de uno de sus padres, pero pocos programas de apoyo existen.

Denver district would retrain all employees in safety procedures and will focus on mental health and equity, its draft safety plan proposes.

The district says resources to help those students — from free transportation to rental assistance — are nearly maxed out.