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According to a new report from the Center on Reinventing Public Education at Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, accelerated learning simply requires more. More staff, more resources, more energy, more buy-in from teachers.
Advocates at both the state and federal levels hope to see continued momentum on efforts to create more high-quality education and job-training options for low-income Americans.
The state announced the recipients of $1 million in planning grants aimed at streamlining the transition from K-12 schools to college and career. The Department of General Services (DGS) announced that it would be awarding $250,000 each to collaboratives in the Bay Area, Central Coast, Northern San Joaquin and Eastern Sierra regions.
Growing numbers of California high schoolers dual enroll in college courses, but access uneven statewide
Earning college credit in high school can be a powerful tool for exposing students to universities and helping them get a leg up on tuition and earning a degree. But access to those courses remains uneven across California.
Residencies, fellowships, and grow-your-own programs bring more diverse educators into the profession, help vacancies in STEM, special education
We’ve spent a lot of time talking about how challenging the work is. And that’s good. New teachers should know what they’re getting into. But are we scaring away people who could be amazing educators, asks Ronak Shah, a seventh grade science teacher in Indianapolis.
California K-12 schools will get a windfall of nearly $1 billion annually for drama, music and other arts programs, thanks to the likely passage of Proposition 28 on Tuesday.
Research has shown that exposure like this makes students not only more likely to complete high school, but also more likely to enroll in college. Despite promising evidence, however, there remains little information accessible to families about the availability and quality of CTE high school programs.
A recent survey from Kelly Education, which included responses from leaders of large, mid-size, and small companies, found that employers fear that the educator shortage could lead to a generation of unprepared workers who lack skills like problem-solving and creativity.