First grade, first cellphone. Here’s how families are managing kids’ ever-earlier adoption of devices.
Dealing with teacher bias
Targeted by Lawsuit, Ed Dept. Abruptly Scraps Parent Council
The Washington Post
School culture war campaigns fall flat in some tight races
How Do Americans Truly Feel About Public Education, & What Do They Want to See?
California test scores show deep pandemic drops; 2 in 3 students don’t meet math standards
Schools got $122 billion to reopen last year. Most has not been used.
U.S. News and World Report
Pandemic Prompts Historic Decline in Student Achievement on Nation’s Report Card
¿Qué tema es el que más preocupa a los padres de familia de cara a las elecciones de noviembre? Lo analizamos
Congress Minutes: As the GOP hones in on education issues ahead of the midterms, Debbie Lesko introduced a constitutional amendment to codify parents’ rights