Examining California school boards, a researcher found that electing just one Hispanic member impacts school spending and teacher churn.

Absences are up whether students are learning in school buildings or at home, a new EdWeek Research Center survey finds.

Richard Gordon turned around Paul Robeson High School for Human Services, which was slated for closure in 2012.

Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology will see a new test-free admissions process by November, district leaders say.

The longer Congress waits to provide districts with fiscal relief, the more sizeable the budget cuts will be for districts this year.

The Bridges Collaborative, convened by the Century Foundation, will connect housing and schooling groups that want more racial and economic diversity in schools.

An Education Week analysis shows that 5 percent of the nation's Confederate-named schools have been renamed since June.

Principals are on the front lines of navigating the biggest disruption to schooling in a generation. Here's how district administrators can help them do it.

The schools rating website gives heavier weight to schools that are making strong academic growth and supporting historically disadvantaged students.

Education Week's 900+ sample of districts shows that large urban school systems favored remote learning and and that there were significant delays to the start of the year in at least a quarter of districts in the collection.

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