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Dozens of districts in Carolinas close or go remote awaiting hurricane that blasted Florida

Ian is now forecast to become a hurricane again and barrel through South Carolina and North Carolina on Friday afternoon. Several of the largest districts in the Carolinas are closed.

Made in the shade: Why new energy is building up behind school solar panels

The case for school solar panels is one that can appeal to all community members, despite their varying political views and interests.

Got cash? Seattle school board approves impossibly expensive teacher contract

The Seattle Education Association received the stamp of approval for its new three-year contract, which will cost $231 million...

How to solve the 5 toughest challenges faced by leaders of rural schools

Administrators must advocate for funding and staffing solutions tailored to the unique needs of their rural districts.

Arizona teachers’ jobs are at the mercy of political consensus

Arizona public schools are at risk of losing more than $1.3 billion in approved funding, which would inevitably lead to employee layoffs.

Details are still under wraps as an agreement is reached in Seattle teachers strike

Administrators and union announce a tentative agreement in Seattle teachers strike but when school will start remains unclear.

What are the 4 things driving a decline in satisfaction with schools?

There is a drastic satisfaction gap between the opinions of education held by parents of K-12 students and their fellow Americans.

Chronic absenteeism may be a crisis. Fun is one of many solutions

Chronic absenteeism is not the fault of students who miss too much school. In fact, one expert says, kids can play a key in solving the problem. Here's how.

School cellphone rules: Why they’re such a difficult call for districts

Is it possible to let students carry their cellphones and also prevent distractions and disruptions? Not everyone agrees.

Why K-12 leaders may not be concerned enough about enrollment declines

Administrators may have a false sense of security that recent enrollment declines are temporary and that they only have to restore confidence in public education to solve the problem.

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