In 2013, for the first time, over half of public school students were low-income—and this poverty growth spurt shows little sign of abating.
Most kids who need psychological help struggle to get it, especially African American boys.
Teachers know that a parent-teacher partnership and a stable home are what can unlock a student’s full potential.
Attendance-based funding policies unintentionally use students’ chronic illnesses against them, and the schools they attend.
Goals and associated data are seen as particularly useful for informing professional development and helping teachers plan classroom activities.
New guidance from the Office of Civil Rights in the US Department of Education now makes it clear that states, school districts, and schools must make education resources equally available to all students without regard to race, color, or national origin.
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