Getting high schoolers out the door isn’t enough, writes a principal about his high school’s “astounding” college attendance record.
From Portland, Oregon community radio station KBOO comes Between the Covers - a bimonthly podcast dedicated to books. Hosted by David Naimon, each episode features a detailed consideration (approximately 90 minutes in length) of a single piece of literature. Many episodes also feature a long-form interview with the book's author.
Students who take career and technical education courses during their junior or senior year in high school are 1.5 percent more likely to graduate on time and 1
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A new study finds a negative correlation between teachers’ impact on students’ test scores and those students’ reports of how […]
In Cleveland, educators try to keep disruptive students in class and connected to learning. But out-of-school suspension rates remain high.
Her story went viral when she scooped a local homicide story. Now, she stars in a children’s book series based on her reporting experiences.
The Dallas school district, which had more than 4,000 homeless students last school year, is turning one of its unused school buildings into housing for high school students who live in parks, cars, a
A survey by the American Federation of Teachers and the Badass Teachers Association found that teachers are reporting high stress levels and experiencing bad mental health days.
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NaNoWriMo’s Come Write In program connects writers with their nearby community spaces for cozy, communal write-ins.
Talking to a device that talks back can be entertaining and educational for children. But psychologists say children can develop relationships with these devices that can be different than adults.
Courage exists in math as much as in mountain climbing, and students can develop the courage to tackle academic and life challenges.
When I was in the fourth grade, every student in my class got a chance to play “teacher for the day.” When it was my turn, I took the exercise seriously, creating reams of handouts for my fellow students to complete and delivering numerous slide presentations. The teacher didn’t bat an eyelash. She didn’t question any of my choices. I was in heaven. I have wanted to be a teacher ever since.
Intense admissions scramble leads some well-off families to hire pricey essay consultants.
Smaller classes could help bridge the gap between home and school, writes former teacher Marc Vincenti.