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The directive could mark a significant shift in a system where principals have traditionally had wide latitude to manage their own hiring.

At Chalkbeat New York, we’re hoping to dive deeper on how schools are handling cell phones. We want to learn more about the policies schools are adopting.

The 2024 U.S. presidential election will dominate conversations. Chalkbeat and The New York Times want to hear from high school students about how this moment feels inside your classrooms.

The 2024 U.S. presidential election will dominate conversations. Chalkbeat and The New York Times want to hear from high school educators about how this moment feels in your classes.

The Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for Young Women is one of about 700 schools nationwide participating in a pilot program for the Advanced Placement course this year.

The theme of the March 1 event co-hosted by Chalkbeat Indiana in Indianapolis is: “From Lesson Plan to New Plan.”

As one Manhattan elementary school moves away from Lucy Calkins’ popular reading curriculum, they’re leaning on a private school neighbor for phonics training.

Chalkbeat gets a shout-out on ‘Abbott Elementary’

A national survey of U.S. principals found that restrictions on whether eighth graders can take the gateway math class vary a lot by state.

Comfort Agboola, a middle school teacher at Poe Classical Elementary School, is the only Illinois teacher and first CPS teacher since 2010 to be given the Milken Educator Award.

To truly close the digital divide, a new National Education Technology Plan calls for schools to move from passive use to active learning.

Caregivers reported that their schools brushed off concerns about their child’s reading challenges and they were unsure how to get the help they needed.

‘It is hard,’ says one teacher about the challenge of teaching about a complex conflict. ‘But it's also what we want to be doing.’

The Newark Teachers Union kicked off negotiations with the district over its second contract since Newark returned to local control. Union President John Abeigon detailed their priorities for this round of negotiations.

The right-wing group’s visit to the Upper East Side attracted the ire of locals.

Dozens of states are moving to adopt the science of reading. A new report says many policies leave gaps in the quality of teacher training programs and curriculum choices.

Suspension levels remain relatively low, though some advocates worry they may rise under Mayor Eric Adams.