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At West Philadelphia High School, administrators and teachers have tried to cushion the pandemic’s impact and keep students engaged in school.
Unless we address elementary school math education, we won’t have a pipeline, writes Xiaoxia Newton.
Thirty-eight governors raised the topic of higher education spending during their state-of-the-state addresses, an analysis by the National Governors Association found. Collectively, they called for increasing it by billions of dollars over the next five years.
Arizona CTE school district finds that starting career literacy early, with fun, hands-on experiences improves outcomes.
New research from the nonprofit National Student Legal Defense Network and scholars at George Washington University shows that nearly two-thirds of undergraduate certificate programs left their students worse off than the typical high school graduate, making an average of less than $25,000 per year.
In Cajon Valley Union School District, career thinking, exploration and respect for all jobs begins in kindergarten.
Young people and educators in Alabama, Texas, Washington and Virginia talk about how they are navigating issues ensnared in the culture wars.
As President Biden called for in his State of the Union address, it’s time for each of us to step up to help the bedrock of our nation — our schools. We need a cadre of caring adults — tutors, mentors, classroom parents and community partnership volunteers — to help lift the burden from the shoulders of our overworked educators and support staff and ensure that our students are supported, and schools remain open, writes All4Ed's Deborah Delisle.
Students are making decisions about college in the coming weeks and should put mental health on their lists of considerations, writes Alison Malmon.