Articles (477)

This article was written by Erin Brereton on May 23, 2024 and published by EdTech Magazine. Technological tools, ranging from text-to-speech apps to audio-enhancing receivers, are being used more and more by schools to make content readily available to students with hearing and vision loss. The move to remote learning in recent years has emphasized the importance […]

This article was written by Matt Zalaznick on May 28, 2024 and published by District Administration.     The Hernando County School District is tackling the teacher shortage innovatively: the system, led by Superintendent John Stratton, has launched an on-the-job bachelor’s degree program for aspiring educators. John Stratton Stratton, who is retiring from the Florida district […]

 This Press Release was issued by ISTE on May 1, 2024.     WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and CAST announced a new partnership aimed at enriching the educational technology landscape through enhanced support and training around the CAST Universal Design for Learning (UDL) certification. This collaboration was established […]

This is a statement from The White House released on May 17, 2024. President Biden believes every student deserves access to a high-quality education that prepares them to be the next generation of leaders. Today, on the 70th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education (Brown) decision, which outlawed racially segregated schools – deeming them unequal and […]

The Educating All Learners Alliance Community of Action (CoA) brings together a diverse group of professionals twice a year to solve shared challenges affecting students with disabilities or learning differences. Each Community of Action convening centers on selected promising practices. By the end of each event (within 36 hours), participants team up and present group […]

This article was written by The Valley Ledger on May 11, 2024 and published by The Valley Ledger.  ALLENTOWN, PA — Over the last two years, the Allentown School District’s partnership with LANTA has provided safe and dependable transportation for thousands of Allentown students. Under the partnership, the School District provides funding to LANTA to […]

This article was written by Stefanos Chen on May 9, 2024 and published by The New York Time.  A New York City nonprofit group, flush with millions in private capital, is piloting a first-of-its-kind savings program to address the racial wealth gap — by giving thousands of students in Harlem $10,000 each to invest. The […]

This article was written by Kara Arundel on May 6, 2024 and published by K-12 Dive.   A newly issued federal rule to ensure web content and mobile apps are accessible for people with disabilities will require public K-12 and higher education institutions to do a thorough inventory of their digital materials to make sure they […]

This article was written by Steven M. Baule on May 6, 2024 and published by ESchoolNews.     In one of my graduate courses for future PK-12 educational leaders, students are asked to review a student handbook and provide their recommendations on how to improve those handbooks. Though the students provide specific recommendations for changes to […]