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Hitting Snooze on School Start Times

When Gov. Gavin Newsom signed S.B. 328 last month, California became the first state to mandate school start times. Starting in 2022, high...

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State Policy Levers to Increase School Meal Program Participation

For over half of a century, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has offered free and reduced-price meals to children from low-income...

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Public Health in Schools Meets Religious and Philosophical Beliefs

In the past year, New York City saw a large scale measles outbreak, bringing forth news stories and public discourse around whether states...

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Preparing Higher Ed for the Next Recession

While the economy is currently strong, conversations are already beginning about when the tides may turn. Survey data indicates that...

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What Goes Into Improving School Climate?

States want to ensure students and teachers feel safe and supported in classrooms and schools. There are countless ways education leaders...

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What We Know About Differential and Performance Pay for Teachers

Among governors’ State of the State addresses this year, a majority spoke about teacher compensation, including differential pay that...

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

States have historically prohibited the use or possession of marijuana on school grounds, but with the arrival of medical marijuana,...

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Common Recs From State School Security Task Forces

As states grapple with how to respond and address public concerns about school safety, many have opted to create a task force or study...

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