“Talking and talking about it doesn’t change anything and we need to act. Our kids don’t feel safe,” says educator at March for Our Lives rally.
The idea that we can reduce gun violence in schools by bringing even more guns into schools is ludicrous and dangerous. Educators, parents and students are demanding common sense solutions that will actually save lives.
Hundreds of third and fourth graders packed into the NEA auditorium in Washington, D.C. today to kick off the 2018 Read Across America celebration.
Nationwide, students and activists are putting lawmakers on notice: We will not stand by and allow you to fail us any longer.
In the deadliest shooting since Sandy Hook, a gunman killed 17 and injured 16 others at a Broward County high school.
Best-selling book’s message of acceptance and kindness inspires Vermont teacher Drazin to create a presentation for schools to raise awareness about disabilities and creating a culture of acceptance.
From young children at story hour to retirees learning second career job skills, the library “ecosystem” serves the needs of our community members throughout their lives.
What do we really know about why students drop out? In a new book, the authors interviewed 50 teenagers to find some answers.
Books that will offer you and your students fresh perspectives and hopeful voices.