Districts and community organizations now provide transportation, meals, summer lessons and family activities to prepare children for kindergarten reading.
Matthew Mayer and Shane Jimerson shaped a detailed, eight-point call to action to prevent gun violence in the U.S.. Several large school districts, among others, have signed on to support.
In The Testing Charade: Pretending to Make Schools Better, Daniel Koretz says the pressure to raise achievement test scores often leads to outright cheating.
Dallas ISD’s morning drop-in centers for homeless high school students provide necessities such as take-home food, hygiene products and a place to wash clothes.
Striving to ensure the implementation of best practices that support all learners is critical to academic achievement for diverse populations.
A combination of grants, donations, and discounted materials and services from the community led to the creation of Berkeley Township School District's Project Reach program for at-risk students.
A new movement that promises closer cooperation between higher ed and K12 aims to end this legacy of passing the buck.
Most states have laws mandating health education in primary and secondary schools, but New York will be the first to emphasize mental health instruction for all grades.
Districts are increasingly tasked with providing options for at-risk and underserved student populations to address persistent achievement gaps.
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.
20 years after Beverly Daniel Tatum's landmark 1997 book Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together In The Cafeteria? was released, she is now back with a fully revised edition.
Illinois has revamped state education funding to provide extra support to economically challenged K12 districts.
Military-connected students—compared to civilian classmates—have moderately elevated rates of just about all risk factors, including suicidal thoughts, substance abuse and bullying.
As the principal who changed two low-performing and violent Philadelphia high schools into safe spaces focused on learning, Linda Cliatt-Wayman developed a program of high expectations.
As a cost-saving measure, consolidation can help save a struggling district.