Wednesday, January 20, 2021

3 Ways to Advocate for Rigor in Your School

Written by Barbara R. Blackburn Author's Note: A special thank you to Robert Blackburn and Ron Williamson for their...

Advocating for a Truly Equitable Education System

By David Griffith Predominately white school districts receive $23 billion more than school districts with a predominantly non-white student...

Students Benefit from Federal Dollars for Teacher Training

Learning never stops for teachers. Whether I’m exploring new online tools for my special education...

What Do the Midterm Election Results Mean for Educators and Education?

The votes have been counted (well, most of them). What do the midterm election results mean for educators and education? Here are 7 initial...

Why Education Is One of the Big Winners of This Campaign Season

The mid-term elections are still a week away but already educators are one of the big winners of this campaign season.  Hundreds of teachers across...

How Budget Cuts Hurt Students and Teachers (And What to Do About It)

Whether you’re a veteran or a rookie in the teaching world, you know that not everyone learns the same way. What works for 10...
Top Resources for Insight into the DeVos Confirmation Hearing

Top Resources for Insight into the DeVos Confirmation Hearing

On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP)  held a confirmation hearing for Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos....

Education Policy Post Election

Like so many in Washington and, indeed, around the country, I’ve been processing both the stunning election results from last week and, more urgently,...

Why Title IV, Part A, and the Student Success Factor of ESSA Are Critical...

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As music educators celebrate the passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), we look forward to increased music education opportunities for our nation’s students.

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