Policy & Compliance

Articles: Policy & Compliance

Chris Nicholson
Students in Baltimore City Public Schools now receive free breakfast and lunch every day under the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act’s Community Eligibility Provision.
Federal program allows schools with high poverty rates to replace traditional, tiered-price meal programs
Matt Zalaznick
Neuroscience-based software has helped educators in Kentucky’s Boone County Schools better pinpoint students’ strengths and weaknesses.
Districts deploy the science of learning to engage students, close achievement gaps and overcome disabilities
Deborah Yaffe
A homeschool student in Kyrene School District shows off art she created via Community Assisted Schooling Alternatives, a weekly enrichment program for K6 students.
District leaders reach out to unenrolled students to expand programs and maximize state funding
Matt Zalaznick
Students at Thurgood Marshall High School in San Francisco USD celebrate Gay-Straight Alliance Day to promote a positive climate for transgender students.
Law backs districts’ transgender accommodations, including access to all facilities, use of chosen name and community outreach

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