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Education Week

Join us for a lively discussion about the ways that technology is being used to improve schools and how it is falling short. [Read more]

Revolutionize student success! Don't miss our expert-led webinar demonstrating practical ways AI tools will elevate learning experiences. [Read more]

Address the whole child using data-informed practices, gain valuable insights, and learn strategies that can benefit your district. [Read more]

One Mississippi district jumped through hoops to switch to a set of tests its teachers think will help students become independent learners. [Read more]

Despite periodic pushes to outfit teachers with firearms, more than half of educators think doing so would make schools less safe. [Read more]

Descendants contend the companion case Briggs v. Elliott was unfairly bumped from the top of the historic decision. [Read more]

Take our short quiz to test your knowledge of 'looping' in schools. [Read more]

In St. Petersburg, Fla., a summer program focuses on the diverse histories of Africans and African Americans. [Read more]

One leader learned she had a habit of shutting down others' ideas instead of inspiring them. Here's how she changed. [Read more]

Students experience summer vacation differently, depending on family resources. We should rethink the tradition with that in mind. [Read more]