In September 2024, school districts will experience a financial reckoning not seen since the Great Recession: a perfect storm of declining enrollment, rising costs and the end of ESSER.
What can parents and educators do to provide extra support? Perhaps the most critical thing we can do is ask children, rather than telling them or trying to guess what's wrong.
Seven weeks after its launch, Turnitin's AI detector flagged millions of submissions for containing AI-generated content, but there's no reason to panic just yet.
Teachers remain divided over arming themselves at work, with more than half saying carrying a gun would make their school less safe, according to a new survey by the RAND Corporation.
A March report from EdResearch For Recovery and the Tennessee Education Research Alliance outlines best practices and guidelines for district leaders using data collection to measure and assess their summer programs.
Leaders are changing districts in an end-of-year hiring surge that also features a crop of first-time superintendents who are set to steer their communities into 2023-24.
Headlines continue to underscore the scope of teacher shortages across the nation, according to new research. Here's what district leaders can do about it.
A food truck will be a big part of Lincoln Public Schools' culinary program. But getting the truck going will require the skills of students studying graphic design, automotive repair, business and law, among other subjects.