Exactly one year after the Parkland, Florida shooting, the March for Our Lives movement has had many wins and losses. Can the students behind this cause keep their momentum up? Find out more in this week’s EdNews Round Up!
Earlier this week, the President delivered the State of the Union Speech, calling on Congress to pass new school choice legislation. But what else did he have to say about K-12 education in America? Read all about this story and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
While the government shut down has come to a close, hundreds of schools and several large universities are canceling class and closing campuses as freezing temperatures shut down the Midwest. Read all about this story and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
As the government shutdown continues, school districts are stepping up to help ease the strain on impacted families. Read all about this story, the end of the teacher’s strike in LA, how to help students with ADHD in class, and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
As America prepares to head into the fourth week of the longest federal government shutdown in history, school districts are making plans to cope with the impacts on students, families, and school operations, including school lunch and after school programs. Read all about this story and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
When the Trump administration released its school-safety report last month, many of the recommendations aimed at fostering better school climate, improving school discipline measures and reducing suspensions. Now, some research is suggesting that turning schools into happier places may have a positive impact on student behavior and help in reducing suspensions. Read all about this and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
If there’s one thing we know that is constant, it’s change. And we don’t have to tell you, Illinois educators, you’re in the midst of a big change when it comes to the Illinois state assessments. Starting from the beginning, here were the hopes the Illinois Department of Education laid out to outline the evolution of the state assessment.
The VDOE has released plenty of great information and resources to support educators through the transition, but we know your time is already stretched. We’ve done the legwork and summarized the key points to understand about Virginia’s Revised Standards of Accreditation.
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