K-12

Oklahoma externship pays teachers for hands-on experience in engineering and science

Companies hope teachers will transfer excitement about STEM careers to their students

We need an education commission to take a critical look at private schools

A new study finds another failing voucher program, exposing failings of certain schools

Mississippi’s graduation rate gaps are among lowest in the country, report finds

New federal report highlights the ‘condition of education’ nationwide

How one test kept New York City high schools segregated

Student Voice: “I’m a Hispanic woman from the Bronx, I’m trying to get into Stuy. It’s unrealistic”

Teacher Juliana Rothschild teaches a lesson to student Jessica Cousins at Cousins’ home in Farmington, Maine. Rothschild holds weekly home visits to teach Cousins as part of Threshold, an offshoot of the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences charter school.

For anxious students, a teacher who comes to your house might be the answer

Sometimes meeting students where they’re at means teaching them at their dining room table

Kristen Wells works with a small group of students in Terrol McElroy’s classroom at Emmalee Isable Elementary in Jackson while McElroy observes. (Photo: Jackie Mader)

OPINION: We can’t become a nation of equal learners until we become a nation of readers

How to level the literacy playing field, at last

Inside New York City’s segregated high school system

How policies and procedures prevent integration in one of the nation’s most diverse cities

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“Since my parents didn’t get much education, it’s hard to talk to them about my schoolwork and applying to college, or how to plan my time and get everything done,” says Mariano Almanza, 18, pictured speaking with his Coronado High School guidance counselor, Colleen McElvogue.

School counselors keep kids on track. Why are they first to be cut?

How Colorado is betting on counseling to vault low-income kids into good jobs and post-secondary education

Five-year-old Mykell Robinson practices his reading on the Lexia software while a small group of classmates work with a teacher.

The massive experiment in New Orleans schools that few have noticed

Personalized learning is transforming schools in the Crescent City, but what does that mean for students?

OPINION: Did Betsy DeVos just suggest that schools roll back students’ civil rights?

Her testimony underscores ‘a crying need for renewed commitment to strong federal civil rights enforcement’

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