Many schools are devising successful strategies and programs to redistribute, recycle and conserve cafeteria food and other, non-organic waste.
When done right, international travel exposes students to a diversity of people and perspectives, teaching them to communicate and relate with others.
The digital divide still exists, but has shown signs of narrowing over the past six years, according to a recent study of media use by students under 8 years old by Common Sense Media.
The 2018 installment of DA’s annual Outlook issue gives prominence to the voices of educators and experts who share the solutions that are emerging across the country.
A lack of PD for teachers and principals hinders schools from achieving the full benefits of personalized learning, according to an analysis by MAPLE.
With districts facing a shortage of bilingual teachers, paraprofessionals present a rich source of candidates.
In a survey, readers described how their roles in education are changing and how their responsibilities will evolve in the coming years.
Some of the latest models of nontraditional furniture rolling into schools feature sit-stand desks, stackable stools with tiltable surfaces, adjustable tables and desks with bikes.
Districts are increasingly tasked with providing options for at-risk and underserved student populations to address persistent achievement gaps.
Until recently, the quality of classroom instruction relied almost entirely on a teacher’s resourcefulness, motivation and intelligence. Soon, it will also depend on artificial intelligence.
Florida’s charter schools are not required to comply with Florida Building Code requirements for educational facilities.
A look back at the year’s top stories sheds some light on the way forward.
What should happen and what will happen in various areas of education over the next few years elicits different answers from educators and from other experts.
New Product Showcase brings together the latest innovative products and service solutions in K12 education in one easy-to-use reference section.
Under principal Bill Santarsiero’s leadership, Morris Street Elementary School became one of 30 schools nationwide to earn a National Blue Ribbon from the U.S. Department of Education for closing the achievement gap.