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The teacher shortage crisis continues with the start of a new school year.
A new study shines a light on the impact of the growing trend of school closures.
A federal judge ruled that a ban on an ethnic studies program in Arizona violated students' constitutional rights.
Thousands of Texas students have been displaced by Hurricane Harvey and are in need of aid.
Adding some creativity to classrooms with decorations can help get students excited for the new school year.
School districts move to change schools named after Confederate leaders in the wake of Charlottesville.
Homelessness is a growing problem among student populations in the United States.
The National Center for Education Statistics has released its annual findings on the working environment of teachers in the U.S.
Back-to-school shopping has started earlier than ever thanks to Amazon Prime Day and its competition.
More schools are doing away with the traditional number and letter grades for a new approach focused on student mastery of the material.
The public weighs in on charter schools, school vouchers, Common Core, and more in Education Next's 11th annual survey.
How teachers can approach the issue of hate and teaching tolerance following the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
More states are beginning to lift restrictions on English-only classrooms, opening up a need for bilingual teachers.
Florida school districts are considering filing a lawsuit over a controversial new law critics argue favors charter schools.
More schools are reevaluating the practice of out-of-school suspensions.
Schools around the country are deciding whether to stay open or close on August 21, the day of the solar eclipse.
Findings from a new study highlight areas of needed improvement regarding professional development planning.
A new study sheds a critical eye on the performance pay model for teacher's salaries.
Lawmakers in states around the U.S. are desperately searching for a solution to their education funding woes.
Schools are beginning to examine the way they develop a relationship with lower-income parents.

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