Inside the Program That Is Changing the Way Diversifying Schools Promote Success
Georgia's Fulton County is among a number of suburban districts turning to national non-profit AVID to shrink achievement gaps and get students of color ready for college.
States Are Introducing Bills That Could Prevent Teachers From Advocating for Climate Change
Several states have recently introduced bills that could interfere with the teaching of scientifically founded theories on climate change in public school science curricula.
The Counterintuitive School Choice Fight Behind Arizona's Proposition 305
Voters in Arizona will decide whether to move forward with a program that would allow all students to receive public money for private school.
Nevada's Unions Show How U.S. Labor Groups Can Adapt in a Right-to-Work Reality
Unions in the state have been unable to force public-employees to contribute to collective bargaining funds for almost 65 years, and yet they have managed to thrive.
Black Students Are Disproportionately Disciplined in Public Schools
A study by the Government Accountability Office finds that black students, boys, and students with disabilities were disproportionately disciplined.
The Recent Teacher Strikes Are About More Than Just Teachers
Is a new model of teacher protest emerging?
Viewfinder: Kentucky Public School Teachers Protest Pension Cuts
Public school teachers and their supporters protest against a pension reform bill at the Kentucky State Capitol on April 2nd, 2018, in Frankfort, Kentucky.
Viewfinder: Teachers in Puerto Rico Strike in Support of Public Education
Teachers participate in a one-day strike against the government's privatization drive in public education, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on March 19th, 2018.
The Digital Divide in the United States' Public Schools Is an Issue of Access
New technologies in the workplace are so ubiquitous that we barely notice them, but it's taken longer for these tools to take hold in classrooms.
Our Public Schools Must Be More Autism-Friendly—Here’s Where to Start
We’ll continue to work toward discovering why more and more kids are being diagnosed, but in the meantime we need to provide help for the ones who are already on the spectrum. One frustrated mom proposes 10 easy-to-implement solutions.