San Francisco Insisted on Algebra in 9th Grade. Did It Improve Equity?
The policy change improved access to some courses. But racial inequities at the most advanced levels of math remain largely unchanged.
Math Trauma Is Real. Here’s How You Can Prevent It (Opinion)
When people hear I teach math, they often recount the one bad classroom experience that made them “check out” of math permanently.
Teacher Apprenticeships Are Booming in Wake of Shortages. Here’s What You Need to Know
More states are drawing down federal labor funds to support yearlong, subsidized training programs.
A Dual Immersion Program That’s Unique—and Seeing Academic Returns
After launching in 2018, the program in Fresno, Calif., is already showing social-emotional and academic benefits.
Braille and Language Development: What Teachers Should Know
A more nuanced understanding of Braille among educators could lead to better literacy instruction for students with impaired vision.
Education Secretary Wants to Change the Way Funding for English Learners Is Managed
Researchers praise the proposal to move management of federal language acquisition funding to the Office of English Language Acquisition.