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Reading & Literacy Listen: A Principal Reflects on Shifting to the 'Science of Reading'
Why is changing instructional practice so hard? 3 takeaways from EdWeek's Twitter Spaces discussion with a school leader.
Student Well-Being NYC School Vaccination Study Shows Differences Based on Race and Community
Schools serving a majority of Asian students had the highest vaccination rates.
Student Achievement What’s Academic Recovery Looked Like So Far? Slow and Uneven, New Data Show
Interim test results paint a complicated picture of the 2021-22 school year.
College & Workforce Readiness What the Research Says Dual-Enrollment Programs Are Expanding. But Do They Reach the Students Who Need Them Most?
The programs may be failing to reach low-income and other underserved students.
Student Well-Being The Kids Are All Right? Teens Are Optimistic About the Future
Black high school students reported being the most optimistic, according to a survey from ACT.
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Mathematics Why Elite College Admissions May Play an Outsized Role in K-12 Math Programs
Some college counselors say calculus is an implicit requirement for entry into selective colleges—and it's warping the K-12 math sequence.
Recruitment & Retention How Bad Is the Teacher Shortage? What Two New Studies Say
Despite alarming headlines, no real-time data on shortages is available. But the labor market has shrunk, and turnover is ticking up.
Student Well-Being What the Research Says Student Absences May Spike Due to Low Vaccination Rates, Weaker Immunity
School leaders should brace for waves of respiratory infections this fall.
School Climate & Safety How Supportive Are Schools of LGBTQ Kids? CDC Data Offer a Glimpse
With LGBTQ students at the center of political tensions, more than 4 in 10 secondary schools have a group to support those students.
Reading & Literacy Can a TV Show Really Help Kids Develop Reading Skills? What a New Study Says
New research shows that the PBS show "Molly of Denali" builds students' ability to read and use informational text.