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The U.S. Department of Education announced today the release of new guides and resources to help justice-involved youth transition back to traditional school settings. Read more at: ED News
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“Our kids need an education that is reflective of them, that challenges them, and helps them to better understand who they are in the world.” Read more at: ED News
If a new seriousness about civic education takes root, schools may turn to the new off-the-shelf curriculum developed by the College Board. Read more at: Education Next » Inside Schools
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U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. announced today that 18 states will receive more than $247.4 million in awards under the Preschool Development Grant program to continue their work in expanding access to high-quality preschool for childr… Read more at: ED News
As we reflect on the important work that we have been able to do throughout the Administration, we wanted to highlight some of our key messages. This is part of a reflection series presented by the White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Read more at: ED News
This report compares the performance of U.S. fourth- and eighth-grade students in mathematics and science to the performance of their peers in more than 60 countries and other education systems across six continents. The report also includes results fr… Read more at: NCES What's New
The National Center for Education Statistics, in the Institute of Education Sciences released a new Statistics in Brief report, entitled New American Undergraduates: Enrollment Trends and Age at Arrival of Immigrant and Second-Generation Students. The … Read more at: NCES What's New
The National Center for Education Statistics, in the Institute of Education Sciences, released a new Statistics in Brief report entitled Use of Private Loans by Postsecondary Students: Selected Years 2003–04 through 2011-12. The report examines t… Read more at: NCES What's New
After considering and incorporating extensive feedback from stakeholders across the education system and the public, the U.S. Read more at: ED News
“I am encouraged by Mayor Muriel Bower’s nomination of Antwan Wilson as D.C. Public Schools Chancellor. DCPS has been one of the nation’s fastest improving urban school districts thanks to hard work of D.C. educators, students and families and the tremendous leadership of former Chancellor Kaya Henderson, but there is much more work to be […]
U.S. Education Secretary John B. King Jr. sent a letter today urging state leaders to end the use of corporal punishment in schools, a practice repeatedly linked to harmful short-term and long-term outcomes for students. Read more at: ED News
Here are my best arguments for why education advocates should invest their time and political capital in pensions, as opposed to everything else they might want to work on. Read more at: Education Next » Inside Schools
NOTE: The White House Summit on Advancing Postsecondary Diversity and Inclusion to Expand College Opportunity, taking place today in South Court Auditorium, will be livestreamed at www.wh.gov/live. The agenda can be found here: http://www.ed.gov/new… Read more at: ED News
U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. today called for more high-quality education programs within correctional facilities – especially, since nearly all of America’s 1.5 million incarcerated individuals will eventually reenter society. Read more at: ED News