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Students showed up to flex their civic muscles in the wake of the court ruling. [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Education's proposed rules covering sex descrimination in education enter the public comment process. [Read More]
The No. 1 piece of advice from teachers: Get to know your students. [Read More]
Latinos for Education has created a new advisory council to better inform federal policies on hiring and retaining more Latino educators. [Read More]
Respondents to a national survey of educators said measures like red flag laws, more school counselors are key to any school safety law. [Read More]
The CEO of ISTE outlines steps for improvement as educators gather for the nation's largest ed-tech conference. [Read More]
The International Society for Technology in Education's first in-person conference in three years kicks off in New Orleans. [Read More]
A district in Arizona is looking for tutoring services while a school system in Maryland seeks an elementary math program. [Read More]
More than 100 school systems have sued Juul and other e-cigarette makers. [Read More]
A CDC study finds that more than 1 in 4 children in poverty don't have set bedtimes on school nights. [Read More]
6 in 10 educators said a mass shooting by a student or outsider was their biggest source of fear. [Read More]
But the U.S. Department of Education did not include transgender participation in sports in the latest version of revised Title IX regulations. [Read More]
'Soft skills' such as collaboration are high on their priority lists for success in a tech-driven economy. [Read More]
Most schools are opening windows and hosting class outdoors rather than investing in costlier, more-effective measures. [Read More]
A new EdWeek Market Brief survey found there's a growing number of educators who say their districts are unlikely to ever support entirely online training. [Read More]
The testimony follows an investigation that found tens of thousands of Native American children suffered abuse at government boarding schools. [Read More]
International private school chains have experienced explosive growth in the last five years, creating new revenue opportunities for education companies. [Read More]
Don't wait for people to resign before finding out what could have kept them from leaving. [Read More]
Details of a bipartisan Senate agreement on guns outline additional funding to support student mental health programs. [Read More]
The proposal would help nutrition workers navigate supply-chain issues, inflation, and staffing shortages affecting school meal programs. [Read More]
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