Peer Assistance and Review hasn’t been widely adopted, but many districts believe teachers learn their craft best from other teachers.
In addition to the many challenges they face outside of school, children of incarcerated parents carry a stigma that is often reinforced in the classroom.
American Education Week spotlights the bus drivers, paraeducators, food service workers, counselors and custodial and maintenance workers who make our education system whole.
In briefs to Court, states, cities, Republican lawmakers, school districts and public hospitals say fair share helps improve the efficiency and quality of public services.
Graduate students at the University of Missouri, strong advocates for teaching and learning conditions, have become a force for social justice on campus.
All students regardless of socioeconomic status must have access to a richer curriculum that can foster deeper learning, says Linda Darling-Hammond.
Embedded advertising in schools is more prevalent than ever, even though it jeopardizes the well-being of children and generates little revenue for education.