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All4Ed in the News

Supplement Not Supplant Is Back: Why Education Advocates Are Concerned a Wonky New ESSA Spending Proposal Will Hurt Poor Kids

January 28, 2019
Source: The 74

Education advocates say a new Education Department proposal on school spending undermines a key rule that could help ensure equitable spending for low-income students.

Amid Shutdown, Schools Worry Meal Programs Will Run Out of Cash

January 25, 2019
Source: Wall Street Journal

“It’s insane that there’s any question whatsoever that this shutdown could put into question breakfasts and lunches for low-income kids, all over a wall,” said All4Ed’s...

Reimage Schools Podcast: Future Ready Schools

January 23, 2019
Source: Reimagine Schools

In this episode of the Reimagine Schools Podcast, Dr. Greg Goins sits down with Tom Murray, director of innovation for Future Ready Schools (FRS), to talk about efforts to maximize digital learning...

How Are States Measuring College-and-Career Readiness? It’s a Hodge-Podge

January 22, 2019
Source: Education Week

Nearly every state is gauging school performance in part by whether students show that they are ready for life after high school.

When Do States Have to Release Their ESSA Report Cards?

January 07, 2019
Source: Education Week

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ team could suggest (in guidance) that states should publish report cards on a particular timeline, noted Anne Hyslop, the assistant director of policy...

K12 Education paves its own path

December 19, 2018
Source: District Administration

Educators look on the bright side (and the not-so-bright side) to predict where public schools will make the most progress and where they will fall short in 2019.

The Teen Brain: How Schools Can Help Students Manage Emotions and Make Better Decisions

October 09, 2018
Source: Education Week

Adolescence tends to be seen by parents—and many teachers—with dread. Teenagers are likelier to engage in risky behaviors and disengage from school. But emerging cognitive and neuroscience...

Many State ESSA Plans Minimize Performance of Vulnerable Students, Report Finds

September 24, 2018
Source: Education Week

Many state accountability plans for the Every Student Succeeds Act don’t do a great job of incorporating the performance of vulnerable subgroups of students, such as racial minorities,...

Perkins Act Given Another 6 Years of Life

August 20, 2018
Source: Campus Technology

After six years of kicking around the official language for an updated Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education bill, Congress and the president have voted and signed the act into law.

STEM Starts Earlier Than You Think

July 24, 2018
Source: Forbes

Former West Virginia Governor Bob Wise, who now leads the Alliance for Excellent Education, reflected that early childhood is a “critical developmental period,” but learning doesn’t end there.

Every Child a Graduate. Every Child Prepared for Life.