College and career readiness

More than mentoring: 5 ways leaders can help students expand their influence

Teachers serving as mentors can help students develop critical relationship-building skills. But this approach has limitations.

This $51 million Pre-K-12 campus is providing its students with an academic head start

After 10 years of planning, students at Berkshire Local Schools in Burton, Ohio are getting ready to experience next-level project-based learning in their brand new $51 million campus.

Is your district located in one of America’s most-educated cities?

If your district is in a tech hub or near a major university, your hometown probably ranks higher on the list of most-educated cities.

3 superintendents to watch: Their schools are launching lifelong learners

How District Administration's latest group of "superintendents to watch" equips students with future-ready mindsets and problem-solving skills.

DeSantis announces civics curriculum for high school and undergraduate students

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis appeared at Florida State College at Jacksonville on Monday to announce the Career Pathways for Public Service Initiative.

How to make (and win) the case for more computer science in your schools

I taught high school STEM classes for eight years. One of the things that bothered me the most was that students were not exposed to the various careers they can take after graduating.

Warning: Your high school students are running out of academic recovery time

Members of the class of 2023 are facing a challenge not shared by younger students–they have less time to bounce back academically before they graduate.

How an innovative tech program opens career paths for students with visual impairments

More than 90% of the pilot program's participants said they planned to study cybersecurity in college, pursue cybersecurity credentials or go directly into the cybersecurity workforce.

Here comes fresh guidance in choosing the right testing platforms

Interim exams that support immediate instructional decisions have become a key tool for measuring unfinished learning as districts work to recover from the pandemic.

3 superintendents to watch: How they’re reframing the parameters of success

Bhavna Sharma-Lewis, who has been superintendent of Diamond Lake School District 76 since 2015, hosts a workshop called “What Happens When the School Board Falls Out of Love With You.”

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