Don't wait for state legislatures to revise their budget forecasts, start preparing now for for funding cuts, district CFOs and school funding experts advise.

As students wrestled with the meaning of the protests, a Cleveland principal organized some of his students to help clean up in the aftermath.

As districts rethink their learning spaces for a COVID-19 world, a California group is encouraging districts to take some of those lessons outside.

Closing an already tumultuous year, urban districts worked to get food and services out to children amid ongoing nationwide protests over a Minnesota man's death in police custody.

A principal shares the Zoom-based activities that she and her teachers dreamed up to replace the typical end-of-school-year fun.

In addition to targeting Juul and other well-known e-cigarette manufacturers, the latest lawsuit by the Peoria, Ill. district and others is aimed at the giant retail pharmacy chain.

The Savvy Principal is a new weekly newsletter from Education Week to specifically serve principals and other school leaders.

About 18 percent of all teachers and 27 percent of all principals are 55 years old or older, putting them at higher risk for COVID-19.

Maryland's announcement Wednesday that school buildings won't reopen this academic year marked a a sobering milestone in the disruption to American education caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Dougherty County, a largely black school district in an region heavily affected by coronavirus, is no longer subject to desegregation orders first imposed in 1963.

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