K-12

Identifying the Gaps in Access to Technology and Rigorous Coursework Between Rural and Non-Rural Students

This guest post comes from Michelle Croft, principal research associate at ACT. Views expressed in guest posts are those of the author. I...

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How Did State Policies Change Under Former Federal Guidance on School Discipline?

After much speculation, the U.S. Department of Education officially rescinded Obama-era guidance on school discipline in December. Prior to...

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What Are the Trending Education Topics in States in 2019?

By now, you know we track much of the information around state education policy — from introduced proposals in state legislatures to...

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How States Use Recreational Marijuana Revenue to Fund K-12 Education

This is a companion post to “When Medical Marijuana Meets School Drug Policy, What Can States Do?” — which looks at states...

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When Medical Marijuana Meets School Drug Policy, What Can States Do?

This is a companion post to “How States Use Recreational Marijuana Revenue to Fund K-12 Education,” which looks at how states...

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Transforming State Teacher Licensure Systems to Support Ongoing Learning and Growth

This post was written in collaboration with Melissa Tooley, director of educator quality at New America. As with the professions of...

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Exploring the Landscape of Arts Education and School Choice

The Arts Education Partnership recently embarked on new work exploring the intersection of arts education and school choice, and what...

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What Are Governors Saying About Education in Their State of the State Addresses in 2019?

The elections resulted in big changes in state leadership, including a sizable cohort of 20 new governors. Because many governors appoint...

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New, Federal 5-Year STEM Strategic Plan Is a Starting Point for State Action

This blog post is adapted from comments Jennifer Zinth gave at the White House release event for the strategic plan. In December, the White...

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New Year, Renewed Commitment to What Matters Most

Welcome to a new year! Though many of you are returning to your posts, we’ll also be seeing a lot of new faces around the policymaking...

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