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In an exclusive interview, the organization’s leader talks about the threats and addresses criticisms that the national group is making alarmist claims.
Final performance standards are aimed at raising professional-development requirements and educational standards for the federal preschool program, while cutting the red tape.
With policymakers across the country increasingly worried about teacher shortages, one after another, state licensing authorities have been loosening certification rules.
Cycling the new students through all the kindergarten classes lets teachers get to know them better before permanent class assignments are made.
Young classmates of pupils with emotional and behavioral disabilities were found to have more absences, lower math and reading scores, and more disruptive behaviors.
Students in dual-enrollment programs are often told they will be able to transfer the credits they earn to college, but it doesn't happen.
Voters in Maine, Oregon and other states are being asked to approve ballot measures that would use tax increases to increase the amount of money school districts receive each year.
Tailored student-centered approaches can improve student achievement and attainment, writes Nellie Mae Education Foundation president Nicholas C. Donohue.
Expanded access to education across the globe will boost U.S. national and economic security, writes Rep. Nita Lowey.
When addressing bullying in schools, punitive discipline can itself be a type of bulling, argues author Alfie Kohn.
A list of all the student contests we will be running on The Learning Network this school year.
Under ESSA, educators and policymakers have an opportunity to better identify and support homeless students, writes Barbara Duffield.
Many orientation programs now cover “microaggressions” in addition to addressing issues of diversity and sexual consent.