Last spring, Public Agenda, a nonprofit research organization, released a report on behalf of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
In Oshkosh, Wis., second and third graders build houses out of milk crates, the teacher simulates a flood, and they talk about how home insurance works.
School budgets are tight, but there are still many things school leaders can do to keep schools safe.
# The five-minute safety rule. Take five minutes at every faculty meeting to discuss one topic from your school's safety or crisis plan.
If you didn't get the raise you were hoping for recently, you're certainly not alone.
The current generation of edugames—computer based video games intended for educational use—stands in stark contrast to the drill-and-practice CD-ROM games of the past.
Average salaries have increased every year, but superintendents and business and instructional directors have seen a reduced percentage increase in salary in 2009-2010 compared to the past five years, while technology directors, counselors and librarians have seen a perce
Even school administrators are feeling the pinch of the economic recession.
Offering innovative choices to students and families is at the heart of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District's Academic Transformation Plan.