This guide identifies a variety of federal funding that providers, districts, summer/after-school intermediaries, municipal/state government leaders can tap to support equitable access to high-quality programs.
Reversing pandemic-era achievement losses will take aggressive action over the next several years.
To help schools recover from the pandemic, the federal government has provided millions of dollars of Covid-19 relief funds to school districts, states, and local governments.
This study used administrative data and interviews with district & school leaders to examine implementation of the restart strategy and its effect on teacher/principal mobility, and student achievement/ attendance.
The National Center has released a new 3-minute video to feature its work of identifying and addressing common issues, trends and problems across the country with interested stakeholders.
Teacher and Principal Stress Running at Twice the Rate of General Working Public, Hindering Pandemic Recovery
According to a new RAND Corporation survey, U.S. teachers and principals are experiencing frequent job-related stress at a rate about twice that of the general population of working adults.
The U.S. DOE's Strategic Plan reflects the commitment to service, equity, community building, and high-quality service standards for all internal and external activities.
In this brief, the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) outlines policy options to support principal pipelines and improve school leadership.
The Regional Educational Laboratory Southwest English Learners Research Partnership conducted this study to better understand progress toward English proficiency among American Indian English learner students.