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Arnold Schwarzenegger Continues Advocating for After School Programs

At a national summit on Tuesday, March 24, former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will join education, business and law enforcement leaders to make sure that any bill passed includes funding for after school programming.

PR Ideas for Principals

Is it just a coincidence that the word principal begins with the letters PR? Many principals overlook the importance of strong public relations. But Education World has some great tips for you!

Principal: How Common Core Hurts Disadvantaged Students

In a series of letters between to U.S. principals, Carol Burris and Jayne Ellspermann talk about Common Core State Standards in their schools.

U.S. Lawmakers to Revisit NCLB Rewrite Mid April

U.S. lawmakers have confirmed that the Senate Education Committee is making progress toward rewriting No Child Left Behind, with the expectation that the updates will be ready by the middle of next month.

Civil Rights Complaints to U.S. DOE Reach Record High

Due to a heavy amount of civil rights complaints, the U.S. Department of Education announced that it wants to hire 200 more investigators and expand its civil rights division by 30 percent.

Weekly Deals & Freebies Roundup: Vacation Getaway Deals and Tools for Creating Mementos

Deals and freebies come and go, but memories last forever. This week, enjoy educator discounts on vacation packages and memory-making classroom tools.

Study Shows Breakfast Programs Lead to Better Academic Achievement

Recent research from the University of Iowa has found that students from low-income families who participate in federal school breakfast programs perform better academically.