While progress is being made in reducing harassment or bullying in schools, some data may be too good to be true.
Should a student’s “good faith” effort be enough to avoid a grade below 50? A growing number of school districts think so.
A new Mexican-American Studies textbook highlights how politics and the “white redemption narrative” block diverse perspectives in the classroom.
Study finds a ‘stress contagion’ in classrooms. If we do not help educators battle burnout, we risk the collateral damage of students, says author.
A new study finds money is a strong motivator for students, calling into question the value placed on many standardized tests.
Clinton visit and action taken to protect rights of LGBTQ students highlight 2016 RA.
“When students look at us they see role models and someone they can be proud of,” says Connecticut educator Jahana Hayes.
In making decisions about education, “we should listen to the teachers and the support professionals who are with our kids every day” Clinton says.
In keynote address to 2016 NEA RA, Eskelsen García urges delegates to turn back demagoguery and win something better for students, families, and communities.
ESSA elevates arts, social studies, music, and other key subjects, but educators will have to work with lawmakers to ensure that the NCLB era is truly over.