September 25, 2018

    Study Finds Less Than a Fifth of Assignments Given to Students Are at Grade Level

    Low-income students, English learners, students of color and those with disabilities are far less likely to be given the chance…
    September 25, 2018

    Study: Girls ‘Significantly’ Better Than Boys at Reading, Writing

    A new study finds that girls perform significantly better than boys in the U.S. on standardized tests of reading and…
    September 25, 2018

    ‘Parasites That Want to Destroy the Host’: Tensions High at L.A. Campus Shared by District and Charter Schools

    Don’t trust Excelencia Charter Academy — that was the clear message, which the new charter’s supporters saw as nothing less…
    September 25, 2018

    New Republic Magazine: Asian American Perspectives on Racial Quotas for Magnet Schools

    A proposal to integrate New York City’s top public high schools would be a boon to black and Latinx students—and…
    September 25, 2018

    Nearly 11,000 Names on Waitlists for Charter Schools in Idaho

    Charter schools are growing in Idaho, but they aren’t meeting the state’s demand. Waitlists now have the names of nearly…
    September 24, 2018

    Survey: One-Third of Students Report Being Bullied

    A third of students reported that they experienced bullying during the 2017-18 school year — up from a fourth in…
    September 24, 2018

    The New Yorker: Georgia Network of Schools for Disabled Students Traps Black Children in Neglect and Isolation

    Seth Murrell, a four-year-old boy with dreadlocks to his chin, moved with his family to Atlanta in the fall of…
    September 24, 2018

    ‘#MeToo Meets The Crucible’: 8th Grade Boy Arrested and Cuffed after Girls Accuse Him of Assault

    In a scene from #MeToo meets The Crucible, four female students have accused an eighth grade boy of sexual assault…
    September 24, 2018

    Study Shows Charter Expansion Improves District Finances and Student Achievement in Massachusetts

    A new study digs into one of the main concerns voiced by critics of the proposal to lift the charter…
    September 24, 2018

    Background Re-Checks Yield Evidence for Chicago District to Fire 13 Workers, 140 Still Barred from Schools

    The district said its massive effort to recheck the criminal and child-welfare histories of its nearly 44,000 employees is complete…

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