University of California, Berkeley professor Prudence Carter answered viewers’ questions about critical race theory, and why it has become such a political flashpoint in American schools recently.
By Courtney Vinopal
The vote by the union’s roughly 25,000 members ends the possibility of an immediate teacher lockout or strike.
By Don Babwin, Sophia Tareen, Associated Press
While many parents are demanding that schools fully reopen, others say they won’t feel safe sending children back to classrooms until vaccines are available to even young students.
By Associated Press
Despite the fact that many school districts worked at being prepared during the pandemic, this fall has been a tough road for students, parents and educators. Most used some form of hybrid learning, but many have felt it's not safe…
By Amna Nawaz, Courtney Norris
By Jeffrey Brown, Courtney Vinopal
Paul Tough is the author of “Helping Children Succeed: What Works and Why,” the October selection for the NewsHour-New York Times book club, Now Read This. The coronavirus pandemic has upended American life. What are its consequences for the education…
By Associated Press
Governments around the world are taking different strategies toward the new school year, depending on how many infections they're seeing, the state of their health care systems and political considerations.
Parents across the U.S. are wondering what the next school year will hold for their children. While reopening decisions will ultimately be up to state and local officials, President Trump said Tuesday he'll pressure governors to resume in-person classes. Judy…
Millions of children and parents are desperate to know what the fall might look like in terms of school. Recently, a group of public health and pediatrics experts made the case that kids need to be in the classroom and…
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