"What is at stake in a version of U.S. history that foregrounds the lives and experiences of Black Americans? Why would this prove so threatening that it requires laws to prevent students from encountering it at school?"

From the News Literacy Project.

A new book by former teacher and public policy scholar Tom Loveless tells the story.

How about starting by asking students and teachers what they gained and moving on from there?

He said policymakers need the testing data -- even as critics warn the tests will exacerbate educational inequities.

A coalition of unions, parents and an advocacy group filed a petition to the department asking that it issue direct guidance to school districts.

The results will exacerbate inequities and provide flawed data, they say.

The problem is most severe for students of color with disabilities.

While only one state — Arizona — legally allows for-profit entities to be licensed to operate charter schools, for-profit entities find ways to set up schools in states that only allow non-profits to operate.

“There is a secret handshake between institutions and alums: You be faithful to us, and we will be faithful to you.”

Kids lost not only academic but mental health and other supports. Here's how to catch them up.

Angela Hanscom, a pediatric occupational therapist, writes about the importance of play.

A case against the Biden administration's decision to require schools to give standardized tests this year.

The pandemic has worsened a longstanding shortage of teachers and substitutes across the country.

It could lift millions of children out of poverty, helping them achieve more in school.

Michigan's state superintendent and president of the state school board make their case to the Education Department.

'It is loss of a previously imagined trajectory leading to a previously imagined future.'

Watch what you post online because your "digital footprint" can pose risks.

How to distinguish what's real and fake — from the News Literacy Project.

What are students "missing out on when they have to read 'Macbeth' or 'Hamlet' three times between middle school and high school?"

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