A California judge issued a temporary restraining order requiring the state to immediately step in and fix scheduling problems that have caused students at Jefferson High School in Los Angeles to miss classes and be illegally denied enough learning time.
A key to successful after-school programs is forging strong partnerships among the community organizations running those programs and the schools and districts where they're located, concludes a new report by the Oakland, Calif.-based Partnership for Children and Youth.
Elementary school student who engage in regular physical activity and exercise after-school get a significant brain boost, according to a new study, making it easier for them to focus and stay on task in class.
The nonprofit Captain Planet Foundation is offering small grants to schools and local nonprofit organizations to expand environmental education through hands-on, project-based lessons designed to teach students to be stewards of the environment.
The internal audit unit of the Dallas Independent School District has expanded the scope of an investigation into the district's rapid increase in graduation rates amid charges that the district violated state law by giving diplomas to students who were chronically absent.
California's governor approve new standards for expanded learning programs and reprioritizes funding to provide incentives for before and after school programs to go year round.
With the Next Generation Science Standards being put into place, the Noyce Foundation and National Center on Time and Learning award grants to five expanded learning and expeditionary learning schools to enhance STEM education through partnerships with museums and local science organizations.
Americans and public school parents would rather shorten summer vacation and have longer breaks throughout the school year than increase the number of days students attend school or the length of the school day, the poll finds.
Extended learning time is given a stronger focus in the new School Improvement Grant draft regulations proposed by the U.S. Department of Education.
Rhode Island's Council on Elementary and Secondary Education has postponed a decision on whether school districts can charge for summer school.