‘We’re at a tipping point’: Whom do you want teaching your children?
Why there is fear for the future of the teaching profession.
Breaking Brown v. Board of Education’s promise of integrated schools
Integration of schools worked -- and then it was reversed. A look at a new book by Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.
How Florida Gov. DeSantis is trying to destroy public education
He is restricting what teachers can say about race and gender, appointing anti-public education figures to his administration, and more.
A fainting nurse, Eric Trump’s false data and more news literacy items
From the News Literacy Project.
Pandemic erased a decade of progress for public pre-K programs, report finds
The 2021 State of Preschool Yearbook also finds that existing inequality within the system was exacerbated.
Florida releases 4 prohibited math textbook examples. Here they are.
One shows a social-emotional learning objective that says: 'Students build proficiency with social awareness as they practice with empathizing with classmates.'
Why MIT is an outlier in reinstating SAT/ACT scores for admissions
There are also questions about the rationale MIT gave for its decision.
Privatization of public education gaining ground, report says
The findings will buoy supporters of "choice" and alarm advocates of democratically controlled public schools.
Florida rejects math books with ‘references’ to critical race theory
What could be in a math textbook that would promote contested subjects that have nothing to do with math?
'Educators are afraid,’ says teacher attacked for ‘Romeo and Juliet’ unit
'I’ve caught myself worrying about what a random community member might think of my classroom library display for Black History Month or if I will be targeted for sharing a novel with an LGBTQ+ character.'
What Biden’s proposed reforms to U.S. charter school program really say
Some complaints about the proposed rules to federal Charter School Program grants don't square with what they would require.
Did we really learn anything about schools in the pandemic?
What problem did we encounter that we didn't know about before?
Congress may create massive program to collect college student data
Student privacy advocates are concerned about the amount of data being collected.
Lies we teach to kids about the Reconstruction era
Kids learn Reconstruction failed. Actually, it was destroyed by white supremacists.
Surprising college research from multiple-intelligences theory creator
The cause of the mental health concerns is not what the authors of "The Real World of College" say they expected to find.