A preschool student writes in class.

As public pre-K expands in schools, study finds principals are unprepared to support it

A look at New Jersey offers lessons to better prepare school leaders in early ed

In this file photo, a student reads in a Mississippi elementary school.

How one Mississippi elementary school improved to an A rating

Focus on attendance, instructional time, led to improvement

In this file photo, a student at a Mississippi elementary school reads during class.

Four tips from a high-poverty school where kindergartners excel at reading

Leader of top-rated Jackson school says success is linked to using the talents of all staff members

When the firing of a principal raises bigger questions than one person’s bigotry

Dismantling racist policies is harder than destroying tangible symbols of racism

Light a Fuse: How one state’s teachers are sparking digital innovation

The nation’s smallest state aims to be a national incubator for technology in the classroom

When cause of death is not suicide, but school

When black kids kill themselves, look to see what schools aren’t doing to protect them


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Sub shortage leaves schools scrambling when teachers call in sick

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