Black girls are more likely to receive harsher discipline under zero-tolerance policies than white girls for minor offenses.
Tardy policies have been updated at several schools, placing a focus on punctuality and enhancing student engagement.
How open you are to new experiences and how conscientious you are might be more important than your GPA, and colleges know it.
Reasons why kids miss school are complex and highly variable; let’s address the problem and stop promoting misinformation with simple-minded ads.
New rules from the US Dept of Ed seek to improve the quality of teacher training in the US. We wish them good luck.
Can it help us going forward to study some of the reasons we failed in the past? Sure, and some Ind. U. scientists are trying to do just that.
Can test questions be copyrighted, and can the maker of a test block reproduction of test questions in the digital age?
Communication between school officials and community members, in the name of “transparency,” often suffers from formality.
A new study finds that schools following guidelines from the US Dept. of Ed. regarding bullying have lower levels of bullying.
A hunger strike in Chicago ends on Day 34, but the fight for equity in public education, esp. in large urban districts, continues.