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Gus T. Ridgel, one of the first black students admitted to the University of Missouri, said he was surprised and disappointed by the racist incidents that prompted the recent campus upheaval.
Melissa Click was seen on video calling for “some muscle” to remove a journalist from a public demonstration.
Amidst a web of challenges, principals can still manage to control the "weather" inside their schools, writes Tamara McWilliams.
A rash of student transfers was a wake-up call for Principal Rodney Fisher to prioritize his school's mission, he writes.
The Harvard Graduate School of Education's Mary Grassa O'Neill shares recommendations for keeping principals in their jobs.
The No Child Left Behind Act has had an impact on principalship, writes Harvard Graduate School of Education's Deborah Jewell-Sherman.
Leading a parochial school demands an engaged focus on students' sense of community and character, says Habeeb Quadri.
Principal Tim Lauer shares how he uses technology to balance extended classroom visits with his other leadership responsibilities.
A student with advanced cancer addresses his peers: 'Be gallant, be great, be gracious, and be grateful'
Jake Bailey, a senior at Christchurch Boys' High School in New Zealand with advanced cancer, gave a rousing speech to his peers at a ceremonial event. "Here’s the thing: none of us get out of life alive," Bailey said. "So be gallant, be great, be gracious and be grateful for the opportunities that you have."
A Republican's win in the Kentucky governor's race could shake up the political climate for common core in that state, and a Mississippi funding measure goes down to defeat.
A package of legislation aims to pump $3.5 billion into education in the next 10 years to settle a funding lawsuit, but the deal still needs voter approval in a special election.
As an ESEA rewrite nears the finish line, states must prepare for a scaled-back federal footprint and how to assure continued progress for low-performing student subgroups.
Cost and rural settings are among the barriers as districts strive to bring fast broadband access to schools, according to a report from the Consortium for School Networking.
Recent disputes over schools' treatment of transgender students present complicated questions for educators.
Enacted in 1975, the law now known as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act remade the landscape for an often-vulnerable, once-overlooked population of students.