A new surveys shows that many of this year's high school upperclassmen are behind in their efforts to prepare for post-secondary education.
An Education Week analysis found that at least 140 schools, almost all below the Mason-Dixon line, still bear the names of figures from that era.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics said school closures due to COVID-19 were part of a big drop in local government employment in April when hourly workers were furloughed. Next up: layoffs as state revenue tanks.
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.
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