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Grades K-2 are a particularly fertile time to nurture students’ creativity

With forgiveness uncertain, struggling borrowers are unprotected from risk.

DAPHNA BASSOK (@DaphnaBassok) Nonresident Senior Fellow: In 2023, I’ll be watching innovative state and local efforts to better fund childcare and better support early educators. The pandemic...

It’s bad news on the “nation’s report card.” To no one’s surprise, this week’s National Center for Educational Statistics report shows student achievement took a huge hit during the pandemic, with...

Young adolescents are capable of so much more than people think.

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There will be an abundance of collaboration, accomplishment, and adventure.

As the Biden administration debates loan forgiveness, some 3 million student borrowers—many of them teachers—are eligible for more than $100 billion in debt relief. But do they know?