PORTLAND, July 13, 2021 – Blackbird, bridging the gap in Computer Science curriculum, today announced the availability of their K-12 Computer Science Pathway, designed to help school districts prepare students with the computer programming skills necessary to enter the workforce – or continue their education at the university level. Designed […]

Federal health and education officials urged the nation’s elementary and secondary schools on Friday to reopen safely as soon as possible, saying they can operate by strictly adhering to safety precautions to reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmission in classrooms and in their communities. In new guidelines for schools, the […]

Connecticut Education Commission Miguel Cardona, President-elect Joe Biden’s choice for U.S. secretary of education, would have to navigate myriad contentious education debates if the Senate confirms him for the role. Among them: addressing student segregation, winning public trust and reopening school buildings during the COVID-19 crisis, and setting policies related […]

Introduction Over the past decade, there has been substantial progress in increasing access to schooling for children and youth, but few are mastering the foundational skills and competencies needed for their futures. Confronted with this challenge, education systems are now increasingly strengthening existing learning models while simultaneously reorienting students for […]