Curriculum & Instruction

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  • Homeless students: one a victim, the other an offender

    (Texas) Outcomes for homeless children in Texas may largely depend on which state or educational agency identifies them first, according to a new study.

  • State embraces CTE expansion

    (Del.) Enrollment in Delaware’s career education pathways program has jumped from 27 students a few years ago to what is expected to be 9,000 students by the end of the 2017-18 school year, according to state education officials.

  • Attendance key to Chicago charter success

    (Ill.) The long-held perception that charter schools cherry-pick incoming students as a means of boosting their academic status isn’t true, at least as far as charter schools in Chicago are concerned, a four-year study shows.

  • After-school programs strongly benefit at-risk students

    (N.Y.) Students in urban, low-income communities tend to have stronger academic skills and self-confidence when enrolled in high-quality after-school programs, according to a new study from New York University, Steinhardt.

  • Suicide prevention program expanding to early grades

    (Wash.) After successfully keeping a student from ending their own life, one Washington school district will extend an age appropriate version of its middle and high school suicide prevention program to children as early as pre-K.