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Small colleges hope that joining the sharing economy can help keep them afloat.
To fight teacher shortages, some states are looking to community colleges to train a new generation of educators
In Washington and a handful of other states, would-be teachers can now earn their degrees from community colleges, part of an effort to help diversify the profession.
Disaster-prone communities invest in their resiliency, recovery and future-proofing, and it’s time for schools to do the same, writes Malia Krauss.
California formally launched its first tutoring initiative for K-12 students Friday when Gov. Gavin Newsom administered a pledge of commitment to hundreds of college students who are participating in a new state-funded service program, #CaliforniansForAll College Corps.
The demand for virtual classes represents a dramatic shift in how instruction is delivered in one of the nation’s largest systems of public higher education and stands as an unexpected legacy of the pandemic.
America’s schools are desperate to diversify their teaching force. Education Week asked five experts to suggest in 250 words or less how the nation’s teacher preparation pipeline can be overhauled to work better for candidates of color, especially those who are Black.
In a Child Mind Institute survey, 40% of parents also said their child’s mood worsened during the pandemic due to issues such as anxiety and higher stress.
States must ensure schools have solid data, and schools must help students use it, writes Data Quality Campaign's Jennifer Bell-Ellwanger.
Shiva Rajbhandari, a senior at Boise High School in Idaho, was sworn in last month as a member of the Boise School District Board of Trustees, becoming the first student to serve on that city’s school board.