Education budget could end proven programs in favor of perilous policies
Head Start and CCDBG fared well, but uncertainty about the 2018 budget remains
Note: this is the third in a series of posts explaining the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s (NASEM) recent report on the education of dual language learners (DLLs) and English Learners (ELs), Promoting the Educational Success of Children and Youth Learning English: Promising Futures. To read New America’s initial coverage of the report’s… Read more »
How colleges and universities can help
Will the temporary segregation lead to better integration?
Focusing on family buy-in, a Connecticut district shifts to mastery-based learning
But they must be able to say the word “equity” to get it.
Why secondary education is borrowing ideas from early childhood
Yesterday, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced a plan that would require all graduating Chicago Public Schools seniors to prove that they’ve been accepted to a four or two year college, trade school, internship, apprenticeship, gap-year program, or enlisted in the armed services before they can receive a diploma. When the Mayor initially announced his plan,… Read more »
We can’t teach safe sex if kids don’t understand their own and others’ gender identities