K-12

Let white leaders defend institutional racism; let black leaders defend black lives

Black educators cannot best serve their communities by doubling as shields for white organizations and institutionalized racism

“You are going to die today,” the student told the class as he pointed a loaded gun at my head

It’s a year later and schools still need another plan

App helps English Language learners build confidence

Kathy Rogers teaches at Louis Pizitz Middle School in Vestavia Hills, Ala. When a new seventh-grader joined her homeroom class last year, the veteran teacher faced a challenge: the…

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A solution as obvious as it is rare: Making high school graduates ready for college

A few states have started intervening in high school to help students avoid remediation

We must not shut low-income students out of computer sciences

The latest literacy crisis has nothing to do with reading

E-Counseling 2.0: Can a new wave of virtual guidance help?

The latest virtual guidance counseling services may help more low-income kids get to college

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