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Schools and libraries can now use funds from the E-Rate program to provide off-premises WiFi hotspots to students, following a recent rule change by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

The Boston Association of School Administrators & Supervisors (BASAS), Local 6, has announced significant leadership changes.
The National Memorial to Fallen Educators stands as a beacon, reminding the world of the sacrifices made by these educators and the enduring love of their families and communities.

AFSA President Emeritus Ernest A. Logan  will receive an honorary degree from the State University of New York during SUNY Cortland’s 2024 commencement.

Logan is being recognized for an influential career of public service, educational excellence and goal-directed dedication that exemplifies the values of SUNY Cortland.

The White House released its Improving Student Achievement Agenda for 2024, which is focused on proven strategies that will accelerate academic performance for every child in school. There is nothing more important to our future than ensuring children are equipped to compete in the 21st century.

The quality and effectiveness of fire sprinkler systems in schools can vary widely based on such factors as the age of the school building, local building codes and renovations or updates made over time.
Beyond racial justice, Dr. King's vision encompassed a broader commitment to eliminating all forms of discrimination.
America's children deserve more than empty expressions of sympathy; they deserve an environment free from fear, where learning and growth can flourish.