A 2021 RAND Corporation survey highlights that, in addition to the stresses of COVID-19 — such as longer working hours, concerns about contracting the virus and juggling child care responsibilities —..
The U.S. Department of Education is posting a Notice Inviting Applications for the Project Prevent Grant Program, which will award more than $6 million to local educational agencies (LEAs) impacted..
Indiana will spend $111 million to revamp its method of teaching reading to young students by prioritizing phonics, state leaders announced Thursday. The lion’s share of the funds will go..
For six weeks, students learn the skills to code, develop virtual software, and find ways to put their new knowledge to the test. The program partners with nearly 100 university and..
Federal education officials are urging schools to reduce rates of suspension and expulsion for students with disabilities, as many schools continue to grapple with higher levels of student stress and..
The state education board passed a measure giving any retired educator who previously held a Kansas teaching license an easier pathway back into the classroom during the 2022-23 school year.
To support President Biden’s call last week for schools to use American Rescue Plan funds to support summer learning and afterschool programs, the U.S. Department of Education is announcing the..
The Alabama State Board of Education approved a set of changes to teacher testing requirements in an effort to put more teachers in classrooms this fall. The changes take effect immediately..
The legislation is intended to extend the rules that were adopted soon after COVID-19 disrupted schools nationwide so that summer meal distribution sites could operate in any community with need,..