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Federal Social Media Should Come With a Warning, Says U.S. Surgeon General
Educators say a warning label could raise awareness of the harms of social media.
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Law & Courts Why the $4.5 Billion School E-Rate Program Is Headed to the Supreme Court
The case involves a telecom provider who allegedly overcharged schools under the program.
6 min read
The Supreme Court building is seen on June 13, 2024, in Washington.
The Supreme Court building is seen on June 13, 2024, in Washington.
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School & District Management Opinion 'I Don't Know What to Do': Facing Today's Education ҹѰ Challenges
Three steps for creating a safe learning environment amid political storms.
Jennifer Perry Cheatham & Bonnie Lo
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A leader encourages a large group of people across a bridge made of pencils. Proactive leadership.
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States The Surprising Contenders for State Superintendent Offices This Year
Two elections will feature candidates who have never worked in public schools.
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School & District Management How Sweltering Heat Disrupts Learning and What Schools Can Do
Extreme heat is becoming more common. Schools need to start preparing now.
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Student Well-Being By Some Measures, Students' Well-Being Has Been Stable for a Decade, Study Shows
One of the biggest challenges is the balance between academics and on student well-being.
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Educators: Start Early to Keep Students Engaged in STEM
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The drying up of federal funding and an oversaturation in some segments of the K-12 space is fueling a run of mergers and acquisitions.
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ISTE CEO Richard Culatta sees rising expectations being put on vendors to prove their products' value to school districts.
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