One children’s book series always places a young protagonist at the center of the devastation.
How one indomitable woman helped a pre-Katrina New Orleans high school persevere
Why are so many kids with bright prospects killing themselves in Palo Alto?
A clinical psychologist writes about the murder of a gender-nonconforming teen by a classmate.
A perennial question on the purpose of higher-education programs
Lots of states have passed legislation targeting this problem, but it can be hard to get kids to take the efforts seriously.
Undergrads and faculty boycott classes in Canada, Puerto Rico, and France. Why not in the U.S.?
Trustees at the University of Illinois agreed to pay Steven Salaita $600,000 after the professor’s job offer was revoked for anti-Israel statements made on social media.
Sometimes military-inspired education is exactly what a struggling student needs.
Even after carefully following the guidelines that he had given me, I couldn’t help him succeed in class.
Common Core-era rules that force kids to diagram their thought processes can make the equations a lot more confusing than they need to be.
Police detained a person in connection with threats posed on social media that resulted in the cancellation of some campus events.
“Through it all, children suffer.”
After growing up with Transcendental Meditation as a spiritual practice, the author visits public schools where it’s being used as a simple tool for stress-reduction and well-being.
States including Utah and Montana are aggressively pushing for programs that give native English speakers a competitive edge.
R. Bowen Loftin, the university’s chancellor, will step down at the end of the year amid criticism of how the school handled racial incidents. His resignation follows that of Tim Wolfe, the university’s president.
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The proliferation of such lists could mean more choice for students—or just more confusion.
The industry is worth more than $8 billion—even though skeptics question whether the new products improve learning.
Only 12 states mandate that school resource officers receive student-specific preparation.