With so many schools online, screen fatigue, parents opting out and other coronavirus-driven variables, how will districts get the funds they need?
The LA Unified School District, the second-largest in the country, will go online-only in the fall.
The educators behind the new cooperative model hope to take it to schools nationwide.
There's a disconnect between politicians' words on education and their actions, says Arne Duncan.
We need high expectations for kids along with investment in schools, Arne Duncan says.
An Ohio business wants to pick out those specific items for you and deliver it to school.
Across the country, public school leaders are always brainstorming, trying to come up with big — and sometimes flashy — ideas to help push more kids to the finish line. The latest one comes from Chicago Public Schools. It said that starting in 2020, high school seniors have to show proof that they’ve got a […]
The school district looked for quality in the food and the supply chain, and 'no one could meet their standards,' L.A. Times reporter says.
The school is reeling from funding cutbacks and mounting debts.