Curriculum & Instruction

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.

Numbers don’t lie: Is it time for schools to require computer science?

Although access to computer science education has increased, only 5.6% of high school students are enrolled in a course.

Where does your school rank among the best high schools in the country for 2023?

These are the top high schools and school districts in the country, according to the rankings and review site Niche.

3 ways hands-on learning makes computer science accessible to all

With the digital evolution and technology-driven future, teaching computer science is no longer an option, it is a necessity.

Can the increasingly popular team-teaching models reenergize the profession?

Team teaching and co-teaching are designed to build community for teachers and provide students with more individualized attention.

Students struggling at math? Focus on their learning, not on learning gaps

Grade-level content is mastered more quickly when teachers remove barriers and build on what students can do rather than on their deficits.

How pandemic-related disturbances drove a 9% decline in public school enrollment

For parents whose child no longer attends public school, most agree that private and charter schools adequately address learning loss.

See who made the 2022 Blue Ribbon Schools list

297 schools were recognized for their achievements academic excellence and their progress in closing learning gaps.

Special education placement is a rather moral and ethical question

Researchers call for ambitious transformation in K-12 education to provide inclusive learning opportunities for students with disabilities.

3 ways an honest history education can heal a fractured country

When done right, American history instruction creates independent thinkers and respectful debaters.

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