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How 2 California Parents Could 'Home-School' Their Shackled And Abused Children
The home where police found that 13 children and young adults had been held in horrific conditions was listed as a private school.
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Amid Attacks, Teachers Weigh Their Safety Against Student Privacy
Stateline provides daily reporting and analysis on trends in s...
Sharing students’ criminal records with schools may violate their privacy, but some lawmakers think it will make teachers
Black Grads Are Deservingly Flaunting Their Advanced Degrees With This Hashtag
Two recent grads started #BlackAndHooded to show that black people
go to grad school.
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Gender Equality: Facts Or Alternative Facts?
The financial voice for Baby Boomers, Millennials, and their o...
How do you fix a problem if the people in power don’t see a problem?
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U.S. Students Are Struggling In The Arts. Donald Trump's Budget Would Make The Problem Worse.
Trump's plan to cut access to arts education paints a bleak picture for American teenagers already underperforming in visual arts and music.
When College Curricula Fail: 'Who You Gonna Call?'
Eric M. Bledsoe
Program Officer, American Council of Trustees and Alumni
In the first act of 1984's
, the university dean tells our parapsychologist heroes that their funding has been pulled and they have to get off the campus immediately. Dr. Peter Venkman, played by Bill Murray, responds "But the kids love us."
Teachers May Be Staying In The Classroom Longer Than Expected, Says Study
By John Fensterwald, EdSource
The most exhaustive study of teacher attrition to date, the study followed 1,900 teachers, with follow-up paper questionnaires
American Kids Are Poorer Than They Were Decades Ago, Education Report Shows
In 2013, nearly 21 percent of children -- 10.9 million kids -- were from families who lived in poverty -- a jump of 6 percentage
'I Don't Know If I Would Still Be a Teacher': The Importance of Supportive Leadership
Ensuring that teachers develop strong professional relationships immediately upon entering school is only part of what makes up "supportive leadership," but it is a concrete example of how a school leader can not only help a teacher begin but give him a reason to stay to make a career.
Here Are The States That Spend The Most On Public School Students
The data also showed that between fiscal years 2011 and 2012, most states' spending on education decreased. NCES, an arm
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More Than Half Of American Public Schoolchildren Now Live In Poverty: Study
These Are The States With The Most Students For Every Teacher
There are substantially more students per every teacher in California than there are in Vermont. New data released this week
Teachers Who Leave The Classroom Seem To Be A Lot Happier At Their New Jobs
Many Recent College Graduates Have Found Employment
The study, titled "First Look at the Employment Experiences and Lives of College Graduates, 4 Years On," surveyed 17,000
These Are The States Where Students Most Often Bring Weapons To School
However, certain states were prone to certain types of school violence more than others. Using information from the government
Conservatives Don't Really Care About Improving Education
No one is suggesting that we can't improve educational outcomes but pretending that a severely biased reading of an immaterial report somehow confirms the need for highly suspect partisan solutions could be the best example of where our school systems really do need to improve.
Leadership in Education -- Enhancing the 'Other' Pipeline
ReaMedica & 51inc
Certainly, the education sector is neither immune to change nor simple in construct and regulation. Improving how teachers teach and students are educated can be accelerated by providing a stronger working environment.
Test Scores Show Achievement Gap Narrows As High School Students Stagnate -- NAEP Report
But the findings aren't all positive. Since 2008, only 13-year-olds posted score increases. The overall results illustrate
Keeping Score: Using Evidence to Improve Lives
CEO and Co-Founder, Results for America; Senior Fellow, Center...
Only a limited number of government programs use data and evidence to guide funding choices or conduct evaluations to understand the impact after programs are implemented, meaning we know startlingly little about which government programs are working and which are not.
Our Illiterate Children: Does Education Technology Put More Responsibility on Parents?
Tech entrepreneur, Ironman triathlete, VP Commercialization at...
Education technology company Ooka Island is targeting parents and communities, not just teachers, in its quest to eradicate illiteracy. Is it a great example of technology's potential or a reflection of a broken school system?
DC's Gaping Wound: Income and Education Gaps Are Gutting Mobility
Michael Shank, Ph.D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, NYU's Center for Global Affairs
America is witnessing some of its highest income inequality and lowest social mobility rates ever. If we are to fix any of this, it is best that we start at home, in our back yard, and in our nation's capital. And that begins with the Anacostia.
Hitting a Home Run With Math During the World Series
Founder and President, Bedtime Math
Parents all know to read bedtime stories to their kids to build an early foundation for literacy, but most parents do not make numbers a part of the daily home routine.
Most U.S. Students Lack Writing Proficiency, National Assessment Of Educational Progress Finds
In addition to assessing students’ writing ability, the new computer-based format of the exam allowed test administrators
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