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Testing issues and states without NCLB waivers are among the topics discussed in some recent the Education Department guidance on transition to the Every Student Succeeds Act.
At Urban Scholars Community School, part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s $400 million renewal program, small gains are seen, but the problems children face are unchanged.
In this post, students use context clues to identify word meaning and share holiday traditions observed in their family or home culture.
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What challenges and opportunities appear when college students keep their families involved in their campus life?
Maryland’s High Point High offers an example of how a school adjusts to a rapid influx of immigrant students.
Plaintiffs who were put under quarantine in 2014 planned to file a class-action lawsuit alleging the state violated their rights with unnecessary detentions.
Erika Christakis, a former lecturer at Yale, spoke for the first time in an interview about her experience as an unwitting target over campus protests against racial insensitivity.
Officials think everything will be okay in Okay if staff members are allowed to carry guns while on campus.
Education officials across China are aggressively recruiting male teachers, as the Chinese news media warn of a need to “salvage masculinity in schools.”