A fun way to balance budgets?

So maybe “fun” is a bit of an overstatement, but those smarty pants at Education Resource Strategies have certainly put together an engaging tool for gauging the relative costs and savings to districts when looking at effective ways to align school resources.  The web-based tool, School Budget Hold’em, uses the conceit of a card game to highlight research-based strategies for getting the most out of precious — and in

What courses do your schools offer?

More and more research shows that all students, no matter if they intend on going to college or straight into the workforce after high school, benefit from taking higher level math courses. It is therefore disheartening to see that 3,000 U.S. high schools don’t even offer Algebra 2, according to data released last week from Office of Civil Rights at