After a day of ESSA discussion as part of Education Week's "Keys to ESSA Readiness" online event, Lisa Stark, Catherine Gewertz, and Alyson Klein provide key takeaways.
Does the leftward tilt of education scholarship spell trouble for ed. policy? Join Rick Hess, of the American Enterprise Institute, as he discusses this topic with Education Week Commentary Editor Elizabeth Rich.
In St. Paul, Minn., the school district has revamped its school policing program to focus less on enforcement and more on student relationships.
Alexis Estep and her siblings had a tough childhood. Born to a mother who abused drugs, they were often left home alone to fend for themselves. Watch as she describes the effect of her parents' drug addictions on her life, and how she has persevered.
The Senate education committee will hold a confirmation hearing for Betsy DeVos, President-elect Donald Trump's education secretary pick, later today. What questions should they ask?
Mary Morris, a teacher at Rush Strong School in Strawberry Plains, Tenn., recently released a snow day-themed parody of Adele's popular song "Hello."
J.D. Vance, author of the bestseller Hillbilly Elegy, A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis, speaks with Lisa Stark of Education Week about poverty, the opioid epidemic, and education -- and how those three issues intersect.
Education Week Correspondent Lisa Stark traveled to Jackson County, W.Va, to see how the school district is responding to the needs of students whose families have been destroyed by drug abuse.
Featuring high-profile policymakers, analysts, and journalists, Education Week's four-hour post-election event showcased lively panels and thoughtful discussions on the future of American public education. Watch the entire event here.
We recently reported on reactions to the NAACP's charter school moratorium. Two new exclusive videos dive deeper into this complex issue.