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Turnout for school events has been sparse, but a student concert packed our gym.
The debate over whether to ease up on academic expectations or double down is flaring up across the country.
Spending accelerated this fall as planned projects started in U.S. school districts.
Teachers and students talk about their educational comebacks after the COVID-19 pandemic at an event hosted by Chalkbeat Tennessee, New Memphis, Spillit, and the Daily Memphian.
Longstanding achievement gaps and a lack of local resources stymie progress
District seeks to recover lost ground in achievement, attendance and enrollment
Recent graduates now in college say focusing on mental health and support from outside groups can be helpful.
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The district has spent about $156.6 million so far on payments to more than 1,000 outside vendors.
Student enrollment has big implications for public schools, and declines can lead to less funding and school closures or mergers.
Educators say TRAILS program will help students recover from pandemic-related disruptions.
Many principals say it will be very difficult to fill key support staff roles this fall, a new federal survey found.
The district calculates an on-track rate in order to get a sense of students’ ability to graduate before they reach the critical final years of high school.
The head of the Detroit teachers union said his members are fine with the lifting of the mandate, for now
Their tour is spotlighting learning programs funded through federal COVID relief measures
American students are slowly starting to regain academic ground lost during the pandemic. They’re still far behind.
Many principals reported an uptick in school violence and disruption on a new federal survey, though a sizable portion saw no change from pre-pandemic years.