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A new guide offers researchers, policymakers, district and school leaders, and classroom teachers alike insights for engaging in evidence-based policies and other actions that can be taken to meet the urgent need to recruit and retain teachers of color.
A brand new Education Recovery Scorecard is providing K-12 leaders with perhaps the clearest district-by-district comparison yet of each system’s road to academic recovery. The scorecard should help superintendents and their teams recalibrate their plans to tackle learning loss, say the researchers at Harvard and Stanford universities who conducted the analysis.
To successfully address the nationwide teacher shortage, the U.S. Department of Education needs to clearly communicate time frames, milestones and performance measures on this issue, the U.S. Government Accountability Office reported.
Given the unprecedented level of student need reflected by the NAEP score report, we must rethink how high schools organize, implement and refine their strategies to support students, writes Robert Balfanz and Angela Jerabek.
34 districts plan to incorporate tutoring, extended learning, small-group instruction and use of data. Are they succeeding?
About three out of four high school students reported at least one potentially traumatizing experience during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published in October. In addition, over half (53%) of the 4,390 high school students studied reported up to two adverse childhood experiences.
During the National Summer Learning Association conference this week, two district leaders shared details of their schools’ transition to accelerated learning.
For decades, advocates of competency-based education have been arguing that colleges should award credits based on assessing what students know rather than how many hours they’ve spent in class. Could this post-pandemic moment lead to broader adoption of the idea?
Today, some of our country’s communities are engaged in conversations about talent pipeline shortages, challenges, and opportunities. At Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C), college leaders continue to be involved in strategic discussions throughout Northeast Ohio with a diverse group of partners about solutions to connect people to family-sustaining wage jobs.