EDUCATION

Colorado officials consider drastic options in Adams 14 school district

The Colorado State Board of Education is considering its most drastic available option – dissolving and reorganizing the Adams 14…

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Memphis-Shelby County Schools chief of safety and security will retire at the end of the month

After more than a decade serving as the chief of safety and security at Tennessee’s largest school district, Gerald Darling…

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Citing ‘obscenity,’ a new bill aims to purge books from Tennessee school libraries.

Two Tennessee lawmakers have filed a bill aimed at purging books and other materials deemed “obscene or harmful to minors”…

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Hite to lead educational nonprofit as search continues to new Philly school leader

Superintendent William Hite will become the CEO of the educational nonprofit KnowledgeWorks on July 1, according to statements from the…

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Colorado report wants to improve connection to high-paying jobs

Through a one-time infusion of federal money, Colorado leaders hope they can supercharge efforts to get residents the education needed…

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Three Memphis schools leave ASD after academic gains

Three Memphis charter schools will move from the state’s Achievement School District to a state-run charter district after improved academic…

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75% of NYC public schools enrolled fewer students this year

BROOKLYN EAST COLLEGIATE CHARTER SCH 83 192 -56.77% MAXINE GREENE HS-IMAGINATIVE INQUIRY 114 194 -41.24% SCHOOL FOR EXCELLENCE 112 185…

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IPS considers a new charter partner to run struggling westside school

Indianapolis Public Schools has nominated the former principal of a school that posted rising achievement and attendance to take over…

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Michigan schools are running low on snow days

It’s been a mild winter so far in southern Michigan, but already Reading Community Schools near the Ohio border is…

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First Person: I’m a non-binary teacher. Here’s how to discuss pronouns in class.

“Are you a boy or a girl?” My fifth grade student asked me earnestly at the end of the first…

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