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Districts Anxious About Plunge in Meal-Program Applicants
Free and reduced-price meal data is a key proxy for school poverty. But administrators say a drop in applications paints a false picture and could threaten funding.
Opinion What Demands to 'Open Schools Now!'Sound Like to a Teacher
COVID-19 deniers'attacks on educators are part of a long history of asking public schools to do more with less,writes Lyn Peticolas.
Air Purifiers,Fans,and Filters:A COVID-19 Explainer for Schools
WATCH: Teaching About a Divisive Election--and What Comes Next
Even Before Pandemic, National Test Finds Most Seniors Unready for College Reading, Math
Lawmakers Push Plan to Protect School Jobs From Pandemic Cuts
Tax Higher Incomes to Fund Schools? National Debate Gets Traction at the State Level
COVID-19 Crisis Raises K-12 Stakes for State Elections Nationwide
How the Fight for America's Suburbs Started in Public Schools
The Scramble to Find Substitute Teachers
CDC Clarifies '15-Minute Rule' for Social Distancing
Senate Narrowly Confirms Amy Coney Barrett to U.S. Supreme Court
How Election Day Could Alter COVID-19 Aid Talks for Education
The Secret to Improving Students' Social-Emotional Skills? Start With the Adults
Trump and Biden Tussle Over Reopening Schools, Risk COVID-19 Poses to Teachers
COVID-19's Disproportionate Toll on Class of 2020 Graduates
Coping With Disruption at School and at Home
Teachers Need Help With Protecting Student Privacy Amid Explosion of Tech Use
Why the Pandemic's Recession May Fuel Legal Push for More K-12 Aid
Lucy Calkins Says Balanced Literacy Needs 'Rebalancing'
Most Educators Require Kids to Turn Cameras On in Virtual Class, Despite Equity Concerns
Which States Have the Biggest Home Internet Access Gaps for Students?
How Should District Leaders Respond to Rising COVID-19 Rates in States?
Casting Their First Ballots,Teen Voters Confront Pandemic's Barriers
5 Ways Principals Can Establish a Strong School Climate
Yes,Teachers Are Still Being Evaluated.Many Say It's Unfair
In-Person Learning Expands,Student Absences Up,Teachers Work Longer,Survey Shows
To Root Out Racism in Schools,Start With Who You Hire
5 Things You Need to Know About Student Absences During COVID-19
There's No Constitutional Right to Civics Education, a Federal Judge Reluctantly Concludes