New study reproduces the NCES May 2019 numbers; the highlights being: ⁍ Public school enrollment is projected to be 'flattish' through 2028 (+3%). All southern states seem to be 'cooling off' following 15 years
It happens more often lately. You get a knot in your stomach. Surprises at work. This time, it’s when you open your browser to unexpected news: the neighboring school district got awarded a six-figure grant from an out-of-state private foundation.
Today more than half the United States (about 30 States) offers some kind of extended educational choice to families: Individual Tax Credit/DeductionTax Credit/Deduction, VoucherOpen EnrollmentCharter SchoolsEducation Savings AccountWhatever your view, we
We have to prepare our students for this brave, new world. But should we also prepare for a structural transformation of our schools? Schools choosing to outsource their non-core functions, shrinking, becoming smaller and agile?
Here are a few things that didn’t exist last time Tiger Woods won the Masters: Twitter, iPhone📱, iPad, Kindle, 4G, Android, YouTube, App Store, Uber, Airbnb, Blockchain, Bitcoin, 🎧 Spotify, Instagram, Snapchat, WhatsApp,
It's been a punishing decade for districts nationwide. State funding fell sharply, and local funding didn’t make up the difference. In most states, K-12 funding remains below 2008 levels. We're now also