The new decade would be off to a great start if we could just discard a few of the policies, schemes, and myths that have undermined public education for too long.
ESSA has bought new opportunities for schools and students, but the work to ensure the law makes good on its promise continues.
Educators travel to Capitol Hill to talk about how school and community partnerships are a worthwhile investment.
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.
One conversation around ESSA and educator voice led one educator to join NEA to stand up for the profession.
Part of a statewide trauma education program, a two-day simulation in Delaware offers educators a glimpse of what it’s like to live below the poverty line.
The bad news is that the demands and pressures on our schools are growing. The good news is that the nation is finally looking to educators for solutions.
Custodian and pastor Stephone Avery works hard to implement ESSA and raise ESP voices.
The efforts by educators in Illinois to connect with community members and collaborate on solutions are paying off for their students.
Using public school locations as hubs, community schools bring together many partners to offer a range of support and opportunities to students and families.