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The death of a 16-year-old nonbinary student after an altercation in a high school girls’ bathroom in Oklahoma has drawn national attention and outrage...

Leaders

There are two questions we hear frequently from principals and teachers when we visit schools. Those questions are: Principals: “What should I cover at...

Academies

Some employers lack the “knowledge or confidence” to offer learners with SEND high-quality work experience, an Ofsted review has found. The watchdog was tasked...

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In the early morning in November, with a chill still in the air, three lines of cars inch across the open, cracked parking lot...

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As schools work to recruit more teachers, some of the most in-demand job candidates are those who speak more than one language. These teachers...

Teaching

Teachers, what if someone told you that engaging in a daily classroom ritual with your students that takes less than five minutes and requires...

Teaching

Throughout Tiffany Trevenen’s more than 30-year career in Moffat County schools in Craig, Colo., she has seen students experience the same math struggles again...

Academies

Academies

Councils are warning over a “possible subscription trap” by The Big Classroom after teachers got stung by bills of nearly £500 and legal threats...

Academies

Fining sixth forms for pupils not doing resits and introducing minimum teaching hours will disadvantage all students and could see nearly £10 million seized...

Academies

Cuts to children’s services at “bankrupt” Birmingham council will leave already stretched schools “plugging the gaps”, teachers have warned.   Birmingham has proposed £300...

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Policy

The Staunton schools in Virginia employ roughly 530 people. But according to the state, they only need 200. That means the state only contributes...

Policy

Nearly a decade ago, Congress handed states and districts near-autonomy to fix their worst- performing schools in the ways they saw fit. Now, many...

Policy

Republican justices on North Carolina’s highest court signaled on Thursday that they’re open to revising a court order made less than two years ago...

Leadership

Leaders

If you or anyone you know is struggling with thoughts of self-harm or suicide, help is available. Call or text 988 to reach the...

Leaders

Parents who are considering changing or adjusting their children’s schooling situation say mental health is a leading factor driving their decisions, concludes a new...

Leaders

The number of U.S. schoolchildren managing diabetes continues to rise, and experts predict more than a half million will have the chronic health disorder...

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In his three years as state superintendent for Oklahoma’s public schools, Ryan Walters, a former high school history teacher, has transformed himself into one...

Teaching

In 2023, 47 states enacted 115 policies affecting career and technical education and career readiness, including legislation, executive orders, and budget provisions, concludes a...

Academies

Supply teachers are exploring “Post Office-style” group litigation to take on umbrella companies over unlawful deductions from their salaries and missing holiday pay. The...