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The National Center for Education Statistics has tracked academic progress and achievement gaps in U.S. schools for more than 150 years. Educators, policymakers, and...

Policy

Charter schools, which have long enrolled fewer children with disabilities than traditional public schools, must prioritize improving access and experiences for the growing student...

Policy

Ohio Sen. J.D. Vance, a Republican who has come after “left-wing domination” in colleges and universities and criticized schools for “CRT indoctrination,” will be...

Leadership

Leaders

Emotions were already running high this election season when the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump pushed them to new levels, flooding social...

Leaders

America is projected to have 3 million fewer K-12 students attending public school by 2031 than it did in 2013. But those losses won’t...

Leaders

Working in public education is a political act. As educators, we are government employees with the privilege of contributing to the academic, personal, and...

Technology

Academies

Personal statements for university hopefuls will be reformed to replace the “love letter” free text box with structured questions to help “level the playing...

Academies

More than a quarter of teachers aged under 30 would take a higher salary now in exchange for a less generous pension, a survey...

Teaching

This post continues an ongoing series highlighting teacher-recommended instructional strategies that can work across content areas. ‘Ink-Pair-Share’ Rebecca Alber teaches in the Graduate School...