On the 65th anniversary of the landmark case, too much weight is still being placed on the shoulders of the school system to remedy segregation.
“I hope to be the voice for all students who feel unseen, unheard, unappreciated and undervalued in America,” says Virginia social studies teacher.
With outbreaks in five states, school nurses are on the front lines again. The nurse shortage across the country continues to threaten student heath.
To help trigger curiosity, wonder and discovery—the things that engage us in learning—provoke more student inquiry.
The anger and fear that dominate our political discourse, accelerated by a flow of untrustworthy information, isn’t stopping at the schoolhouse gate.
With professional learning communities, education support professionals are given the opportunity to learn and grow in their careers.
Recognizing that there is much more to a school than test scores, the state will transition to a more effective and less punitive system of accountability.
The number of K12 students who are have been identified as homeless has increased by more than 70 percent over the last decade.
Educators hit the picket line to protest the district’s bad faith bargaining and to support a fair settlement that includes more resources for students.
Art teacher Allison Richo is not afraid to bring social justice and other challenges into her classroom.