A Community School ‘Wraps Its Arms Around a Family’

The problems students experience in and outside of school are intertwined. The community schools model aims to tackle these challenges together.   READ MORE »

Educators Look to End the Big Corporate Tax Giveaway

Corporate subsidies cost public schools at least $1.8 billion last year. Educators and their unions say it's time to stop giving this money away.   READ MORE »

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Is it Time to Get Rid of the SAT and ACT Tests?
The question, long asked by testing critics, is being revived with new urgency amid the explosive college admissions bribery scandal rocking the world of higher education. Source: The Washington Post
More State Laws Require Recess
Against a backdrop of teacher strikes aimed at systems that feel unresponsive to teachers and students, an effort to pass laws mandating recess for elementary-age children has picked up steam. Source: Edutopia

During Lockdowns, Collaboration Among Staff Helps Ensure Student Safety

In today’s school climate, active shooter drills are as common as fire drills. It is vital that all staff members be included in school crisis plans.   READ MORE »