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As part of the Hour of Code campaign, school districts across the country shared their efforts to get more coding in their classrooms.
Public school parents are less satisfied with their child’s schools than private and charter parents, according to a new Rice University study.
In a recent webinar, Dr. Jubal Yennie, superintendent of Wyoming’s Albany County School District #1, shares the steps his district takes to ensure every student feels heard.
As political and public discourse hit new lows, a new report finds that school leaders need to do a lot more to reduce hostility in their classrooms.
Nationally recognized principal Hamish Brewer thinks outside the box to boost school innovation and student engagement.
As new research emerges, school districts explore whether traditional student awards help or hurt student achievement.
With student suicide on the rise, schools look to students to aid in prevention.
As the threat of youth suicide grows, more schools look for ways to have bold conversations about a previously taboo subject.
After the Trump administration’s announcement to stop the DACA program, school districts must engage their communities on important immigration issues.