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Edwards, Virginia B., Ed. – Education Week, 2016
This year's report focuses on efforts to redesign high schools. Those include incorporating student voice, implementing a rigorous and relevant curriculum, embracing career exploration, and more. The report also includes the latest statistics on the nation's overall, on-time high school graduation rate. Articles include: (1) To Build a Better High…
Descriptors: High Schools, Student Participation, Educational Change, Curriculum Development
Edwards, Virginia B., Ed. – Education Week, 2014
Educators and experts alike have come to a growing realization that academic factors alone do not tell the whole story of what it means to successfully navigate the educational system through high school and into higher education or the workplace. This national report from "Education Week" investigates the role that student engagement…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Student Motivation, Student Participation, Success
Klein, Alyson – Education Week, 2013
President Barack Obama used his first State of the Union address since winning re-election to put education at the center of his broader strategy to bolster the nation's economic prospects. He is proposing to dramatically expand preschool access for low- and middle-income children and to create a new competitive program aimed at helping high…
Descriptors: Current Events, Preschool Education, Preschool Children, Presidents
Sawchuk, Stephen – Education Week, 2013
Every student at Wheeling High School takes a full academic courseload. Many of the graduates of this 2,000-student school in Wheeling, Illinois, however, also emerge with significant experience in a career field. Those interested in health careers, for example, can work with student-athletes in the school's athletic training facility, earn a…
Descriptors: Access to Education, High School Students, Transitional Programs, Developmental Studies Programs
Ujifusa, Andrew – Education Week, 2012
With many states crafting assessments based on the common-core standards--and an increasing emphasis on college and career readiness--some are rethinking the kind of tests high school students must pass to graduate, or whether to use such exit exams at all. Twenty-five states, enrolling a total of 34.1 million students, make exit exams a…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Graduation Requirements, Exit Examinations, Secondary Education
Davis, Michelle R. – Education Week, 2012
Two teenage girls were arrested in Florida and charged with cyberstalking after creating a fake Facebook page impersonating another student and using it to bully her. Students at an Indianapolis high school set up false Twitter accounts for their principal and tweeted offensive comments before the account was shut down. And at a Minnesota middle…
Descriptors: Bullying, School Safety, Profiles, Peer Relationship
Adams, Caralee J.; Robelen, Erik W.; Shah, Nirvi – Education Week, 2012
New nationwide data collected by the U.S. Department of Education's civil rights office reveal stark racial and ethnic disparities in student retentions, with black and Hispanic students far more likely than white students to repeat a grade, especially in elementary and middle school. The contrast is especially strong for African-Americans. In the…
Descriptors: Expertise, African American Students, Civil Rights, Elementary Secondary Education
Education Week, 2012
When it comes to educational challenges, the nation's 12.1 million Hispanic schoolchildren face plenty: language, poverty, lower-than-average graduation rates for high school and college, and, more recently, a wave of laws targeting illegal immigrants that has made school seem like less of a safe haven for Hispanic students in some states. Yet, as…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Academic Achievement, Cultural Differences, Educational Attainment
Shah, Nirvi – Education Week, 2012
Unlike traditional high school athletic teams, Unified Sports teams are designed to immerse students with intellectual disabilities in a facet of school culture that has largely eluded them. Nationwide, more than 2,000 schools in 42 states have the teams, where the ideal is for about half the athletes on each team to be students with intellectual…
Descriptors: Athletes, School Culture, Athletics, Team Sports
Sparks, Sarah D. – Education Week, 2011
A national survey finds that, when it comes to sexual harassment in school, many students do not know where to draw the line. Based on the first nationally representative survey in a decade of students in grades 7-12, the study conducted by the American Association of University Women (AAUW), found that 48 percent of nearly 2,000 students surveyed…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Sex Stereotypes, Elementary Secondary Education, High School Students
Abdul-alim, Jamaal – Education Week, 2011
The ACE Mentor Program provides early career exposure, mentoring, and scholarships to high school students in an attempt to encourage them to enter one of the three fields that make up the ACE acronym: (1) architecture; (2) construction; and (3) engineering. Founded in 1993 by longtime engineering consultant Charles Thornton, the program is…
Descriptors: Careers, Mentors, Architecture, Engineering
Samuels, Christina A. – Education Week, 2010
The number of sports-related concussions reported by young athletes is on the rise, prompting awareness campaigns from athletic and medical groups, as well as proposed federal legislation to set minimum standards for concussion management in public schools. Concussions are caused by a jolt to the body or a blow to the head that causes the head to…
Descriptors: Federal Legislation, Athletes, Athletics, Accident Prevention
Maxwell, Lesli A. – Education Week, 2010
A few weeks before a new team of teachers was to report to the former Shawnee High School in Louisville, Kentucky, Principal Keith Look discovered the master schedule for the 2010-11 school year to be in total disarray. More than 100 Shawnee students--all of them juniors and seniors--had been enrolled in classes with no connection to the credits…
Descriptors: High School Students, Academic Achievement, School Schedules, Student Records
Robelen, Erik W. – Education Week, 2010
The Texas board of education which consists of 15-member elected body drew national attention as a bloc of staunch conservatives largely succeeded in putting its stamp on a revised set of social studies standards. The debate was marked by tussles over such matters as the separation of church and state, the representation of minority figures and…
Descriptors: Boards of Education, Social Studies, Debate, Academic Standards
Samuels, Christina A. – Education Week, 2009
"Response to intervention" (RTI) as a model for boosting student achievement has taken off like wildfire. When it comes to research on how best to implement the process for students in middle and high school, though, the flame abruptly fizzles out. There's little RTI research that is specific to secondary schools, although it has been…
Descriptors: High Schools, Federal Legislation, Intelligence Quotient, Intervention
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