General education teachers must be explicitly taught how to work with all students, including those with disabilities.
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Black and Latinx students who earn bachelor’s degrees take longer to graduate, earn more debt, and face more employment challenges than white peers.
Local, state, and national policymakers need to support and cultivate a robust high school civics education.
Enrollment in teacher preparation programs has seen declines, but identifying the problem is only the beginning.
The i3 program’s support for the evaluation and growth of promising innovations should be part of increased investments in educational research and development.
As the Charter Schools Program enters its second quarter-century, federal policymakers should broaden the program’s focus to embrace smart growth policies, help existing charters improve, and address challenges in the charter sector.
Numerous studies underscore the effects of high-quality curricula on student achievement, but to achieve the intended goal of adopting such curricula, careful attention must be paid to the implementation process.
Schools, districts, and states should coordinate and prioritize investment in high-quality math pathways for students.
Presidential candidates should have comprehensive plans to give every student access to an excellent education.
By placing a focus on racial equity, CTE programs can help narrow opportunity gaps.
This report outlines strategies to increase authentic student voice in education at the school, district, and state levels.
Data from the Department of Education show that civil rights enforcement for LGBTQ students has been drastically scaled back since the start of the Trump administration.
Education research needs to respond to the current needs of teachers and students.
Over the past year, eight states have updated their sex education standards, and seven more states have advanced legislation to do so as well.
States must take legislative action in order to ensure that the coursework to receive a high school diploma is the same for college admissions eligibility.