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How Effective Is Your School District? A New Measure Shows Where Students Learn the Most

But Mr. Reardon finds no evidence of inflated test scores in the district (by contrast, the recent cheating scandal in Atlanta is apparent in his data). Researchers at the University of Chicago and ... read more

Online learning can open doors for kids in juvenile jails

Brown is one of a growing number of young people in Illinois who have earned a high school diploma from School District 428 ... Jones-Redmond advocates a no-computer policy on Wednesdays, when ... read more

As Cell Phones Proliferate in K-12, Schools Search for Smart Policies

A decade ago, cellphones were devices that students in the Katy Independent School District used to complete their academic ... many of the nation's schools have moved in the direction of 'bring your ... read more

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One Year After Closings, How Are Chicago’s Public Schools Now?

The Chicago Public Schools district had already ... 3 through 8 iPads and upgrading computer labs at receiving schools—the CTU argues that without trained staff, these new improvements don’t do enough ... read more


Charter Schools Are All About the Kids, OK?

Again, from the Tennessean: The bill would create a Tennessee Public Charter Commission, which would have the power to authorize charter schools denied by a local school district ... little power to ... read more

Online, interactive learning system called a “game changer” in preventing dropouts

Grain Valley has been using the system for two years and getting what educators there say are amazing results helping get failing high school students back on track toward graduation. Kansas City ... read more

In rural schools, teachers prepare for the unexpected

Installing a fiber connection at a school is a step forward, but is not without its own challenges ... the district may need a strategy for educating parents about the technology their students bring ... read more

Decoding Fortnite: 5 Things Educators Need to Know About the Hit Video Game

Some teachers are looking for ways to curb that craze, while others are looking for ways to leverage students' interest in the game to make connections in the classroom. Here's what school ... if the ... read more

Sexual harassment common among middle school children, study finds

Espelage recently led a five-year study that examined links between bullying and sexual harassment among schoolchildren in Illinois ... in their schools. Many of these adults also were unaware that ... read more

Ransomware Attacks Force School Districts to Shore Up—or Pay Up

A big problem was waiting for Matt Jensen, the superintendent of the Bigfork public schools, as he arrived to work on a Monday in November. His 900-student Montana district was under a cyberattack. A ... read more

Students Share Lessons Learned About Personalized Learning

While other classes that Stanley takes at Minnetonka High School aren't as driven by his own passions, Stanley said the ... "You [can go] to your friends and ask them for help. I find that my ... read more



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