Among students of color in particular, freshman enrollment in colleges is down significantly due to the pandemic. But schools serving the Native American community are working hard to get students back on track.
This month, Juneau gears up for another year of school success and efforts to build a community where kids of all ages experience high quality learning, and growth in understanding themselves, their circle of friends and family and the world around them.
A work group of state school board members and education advocates in Ohio has recommended ditching traditional A-F letter grades on report cards for schools and replacing them with more descriptive terms, such as "meets standards," reported the Journal-News.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will visit Toledo on Monday to observe how Penta Career Center — a public vocational high school and adult education center — partners with local organizations to educate students of all ages.
Social and emotional learning sound warm and fuzzy, perhaps even new-age. But far from it, advocates say: Social and emotional learning, when combined with traditional academic education, prepares the whole child for life separate from school.
Cleveland State University is partnering with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and the American Institutes for Research (AIR) to create the Cleveland Alliance for School Climate Research. The Alliance will assess the relationship between school climate and student education outcomes in Cleveland schools and how different subgroups, including students of color and students with disabilities, are impacted differently by school climate.