What do we really know about why students drop out? In a new book, the authors interviewed 50 teenagers to find some answers.
They may be legal, but these searches may be contributing to the school-to-prison pipeline. Restorative justice is the better option for schools.
Public education needs early career educators to begin advocating for their profession and their students. An NEA program is helping them find their voice.
Books that will offer you and your students fresh perspectives and hopeful voices.
We asked, you answered. Here are five of your A-plus moments from 2017, plus one, big “see me, needs work” moment.
How school libraries are evolving to thrive in the information age.
Student-on-student sexual assault and harassment happens with alarming frequency in school bathrooms, on school playgrounds, and in the backs of school buses.
If your district is thinking about making the switch to healthy school meals, consider these steps.
Two NEA-developed reports offer teachers and education support professionals recommendations to create a system of continual professional learning.
“Suspect Red” by L.M. Elliott helps students understand how the paranoia and xenophobia of the McCarthy era remains relevant today.