In an unusual public letter, the 14 former board members accuse the current board of driving Superintendent Susana Cordova out of the job.


Elementary principals say they need help with leading equitable schools and attending to students' well-being, a new report shows.


The news came as a grim milestone as scores of districts continued to pull back from in-person learning.


More districts retreat to remote learning or halt reopening, jeopardizing a widespread return to in-person learning in 2020-21.


School leaders' decisionmaking has been in the public eye during the COVID-19 pandemic. Will a new administration heed their concerns?


With six pilot sites already, the project aims to study the features of good programs and help expand them throughotu the United States.


The school board in Gwinnett County, Ga., will shift from a 4-1 white Republican majority to a 3-2 Black Democratic majority, mirroring demographic changes in the county.


Equity, innovations, and logistical challenges were among the patterns found in an analysis of 18 suburban districts' reopening plans as they cope with the pandemic.


From exercise and meditation to tapping into community, here's some ways principals can give themselves support to cope with pandemic stress.


The newest data show parents are still concerned about the quality of online-only learning, while those attending in-person believe schools are doing a decent job with safety protocols.


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