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The nation’s schools need thousands of more teachers, full-time and substitute, to keep classrooms open during coronavirus outbreaks. As exposure to the …

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After the U.S. education system fractured into Zoom screens last spring, experts feared millions of children would fall behind. Hard evidence now …

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Spending most of 2020 attending school virtually, students at a small charter school in Aurora are enjoying a new kind of class …

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Parents whose children are learning in person full time are the most pleased with the quality of their child’s education. The hybrid …

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Professor Ann Farnsworth-Alvear hopes a $100 million donation over 10 years from the University of Pennsylvania to the city’s school district will …

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Rising COVID cases are derailing plans by school districts across the country to reopen their buildings and pushing some schools that had …

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American high school seniors’ math scores didn’t improve between 2015 and 2019, while their reading scores fell, according to the latest round of federal …

school-building

The Government Accountability Office sounded a dire warning: One in three public school students — some 14 million — was learning in …

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As the school year begins amid an ongoing pandemic and after a summer of racial reckoning, Social and Emotional Learning is going …

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John Oliver takes a look at how the history of race in America is taught in schools, how we can make those …

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Student learning Good teachers are better at teaching students effectively. When teachers have access to continuous learning opportunities and professional development resources, …