K-12

The Other Branch: Exploring Cook v. Raimondo

This is the first post of a four-part series focusing on high-profile court cases with interesting implications for national education...

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What Work-Based Learning Looks Like in Middle School

This month, we’re examining current research and state examples of work-based learning in practice. To see the other posts in this...

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How Statewide School Improvement Strategies Can Benefit From Local School Board Involvement

This guest post comes from AJ Crabill, special advisor to the commissioner at the Texas Education Agency. Views expressed in guest posts...

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Focused Steps to Support School Improvement

This guest post comes from Candice McQueen, CEO of the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET), a valued partner organization....

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Hidden No More: How States and Districts Are Helping K-12 Homeless Students

States and districts are finding avenues to assist homeless students, a population who struggles to be seen and whose numbers continue to...

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Principal Pipelines: A Tool to Improve Student Achievement

“In a time of limited resources, when we have to make tough financial decisions, we have substantial data that investment in a...

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Knowledge and Strategies to Address the Top Education Policy Issues in Your State

UPDATED We’re less than two months away from the National Forum on Education Policy — (have you registered?) — and I want to share a...

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How States Are Addressing Student Health Concerns During the Measles Outbreak

This guest post comes from Phyllis W. Jordan, editorial director at FutureEd, a think tank at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of...

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How Are States Paying for New School Safety Measures?

School safety continues to be a priority for state education leaders across the nation. It was identified as one of six key education...

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How Teachers Are Informing State Policy

This guest post comes from Paul Toner, senior director of national policy and partnerships at Teach Plus, former president of the...

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