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Tutoring is having quite the moment, for pretty obvious reasons. What’s less clear is whether “high-dosage tutoring” will turn out to be another overhyped...

News

For Trevor Barker, a first-year student at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, the $1 billion gift from a longtime former professor...

Academies

The problems suffered by families of SEND children due to councils’ failures to set up EHCPs can be revealed after an analysis of soaring...

Academies

The government must hand teachers and leaders a “double digit” pay rise next year, the country’s largest headteachers’ union has said. The National Association...

Teaching & Learning

Teaching

Despite recent skyrocketing tuition and rumblings about its overall value, a college degree remains cemented in the minds of most Americans as the single...

Teaching

Today’s post is the latest in a lengthy series on “small” moves teachers can make that can have big payoffs in the classroom. Calls...

Teaching

The Riverview High School seniors in James Minor’s International Baccalaureate English Language and Literature class broke into groups to fill out concept maps. They...

Academies

Academies

The hidden costs of poverty are leaving academy trusts hundreds of thousands of pounds out of pocket, as schools bid to pull their poorest...

Academies

The ASCL school leaders’ union has demanded a “fully-funded, above inflation pay increase” next year and a plan to “fully restore the erosion of...

Academies

Councils raised more than £19 million in fines for absence last year as enforcement ramped back up in the wake of Covid and town...

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Policy

Policy

At least one state has begun using artificial intelligence to determine the number of students who are at risk of failing to graduate on...

Policy

Renee Fairless runs three K-8 public charter schools in Nevada that enroll a total of nearly 4,000 students. Almost all of the students are...

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...

Leadership

Leaders

Students and staff who contract COVID-19 no longer need to automatically isolate for five days, according to new guidance issued this week by the...

Leaders

Vulnerability causes people to do some interesting things. For preteens, it often manifests into cutthroat judgment and meanness as defense mechanisms. If you look...

Leaders

District leaders and principals face many challenges in preventing students from using nicotine and tobacco products, like electronic cigarettes. Tobacco use, of course, has...

Technology

News

The University of Florida has terminated all positions associated with diversity, equity and inclusion at the school in compliance with new state regulations, according...

News

Depending on whom you ask, the University of Idaho’s plan to take over the University of Phoenix, a for-profit online school, is either a...

News

A federal judge held a veteran investigative reporter in contempt of court on Thursday for not revealing her sources for articles she wrote about...