Despite the vast array of options, many families feel like they’re fighting for seats. In many ways, they are.
Los niños sin hogar tienen ciertos derechos destinados a mantener la estabilidad para ellos en la escuela, incluida la capacidad de permanecer en la escuela a la que han estado asistiendo.
The turmoil unfolded on Nov. 20, when hundreds of students filled the halls of the Queens school in protest of a social media photo of a teacher holding an “I Stand With Israel” sign
Teacher training is critical to the success of NYC’s literacy mandate. Some teachers say they haven’t gotten enough support.
The city’s decision to base funding allocations on last year’s homeless student data would exclude about 21,000 newcomers, Lander said.
Top Indiana lawmakers said the 2024 session would be more ‘measured’ to allow the sweeping changes of the last two years to take effect.
Fourteen schools had rates of 90% or higher. District officials credit tutoring, graduation coaches and other efforts.
The teachers sneaked into the shuttered school before it was to be demolished. Now the piece is on display in a museum.
Applications to the city’s network of public colleges more than quadrupled last month.
The pullout is the latest setback for efforts to overturn the controversial state law.
On Friday, a judge agreed to put the sale on hold, at least temporarily, following an objection from Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita.
Board members said Academy 360 deserves a chance to boost student test scores, especially considering that the school provides mental health support to students and families that one board member called essential.
Only the three new board members set to be sworn in later this month will be eligible for the higher pay. Sitting board members can’t vote to raise their own pay.
Sen. Jon Lundberg is cool to the idea of saying no to over a billion dollars a year.
The cuts will affect universal preschool, wraparound services in community schools, and a popular summer school program.
Two other district staffers also lost their jobs: One for bringing a loaded gun on district property, and the other for assaulting a student.
Attorney General Todd Rokita also wants to prevent the impending sale of Francis Bellamy School 102.
About 915,000 children are enrolled in the city’s public schools, nearly 1% more than last year.
SHSAT prep in song: High school admissions take center stage in a new off-Broadway musical running through Dec. 1.
Lawmakers made Choice Scholarships available to most Indiana families last year.
Two out-of-state conservative groups will get the last word in Tennessee’s legislative hearings on rejecting federal education funding.
Denver Public Schools is faulting Colleen O’Brien, head of the Northeast Denver Innovation Zone, for oversight at McAuliffe International School.
IPS teachers will receive raises based on their evaluations, years of service, and subject area.
Members of the board said they felt the resolution needed more research and input from officials.
Illinois is one of the few states that have not expanded their voucher-like program. During the veto session, lawmakers did not move a bill that would have extended the state’s program, known as Invest in Kids.
Colorado's higher education data breach also threatens how the state monitors student progress
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita and other state leaders sought to block the proposed deals.
The pattern means that many students in low-income neighborhoods can’t attend the district’s flagship high school.
After months of deliberation, a new report offers 12 recommendations for how the state’s graduation measures can improve.
NYC's other major curriculum mandate: Algebra. Teachers are divided.
At Circle City Prep’s new cafeteria, fresh produce replaces reheated pizzas, and an on-site chef prepares meals daily.
The Call Me MISTER program to train teachers started in South Carolina and is now in Colorado
The details of Chicago’s 2024 school board elections are still being hammered out by state lawmakers.
The election has reduced the teachers union’s control over the board, which has struggled to address school safety and get along.
Parent-teacher conferences remain virtual in NYC. Some love it, some hate it. Overall, fewer are joining.