Research suggests social media is increasing student anxiety and depression, eclipsing any positive role it could potentially play.
Part of a statewide trauma education program, a two-day simulation in Delaware offers educators a glimpse of what it’s like to live below the poverty line.
Seeing an abundance of food and supplies in one corner of their lives and a severe need for these necessities in another, two educators jumped into action.
Dispensing with the fallacy once and for all that schools can do more with less money is long overdue. A new report makes the case that money matters.
Student dress codes continue to unfairly target girls and students of color. Experts and educators weigh in on how to make them more equitable.
While graduation ceremonies in 2018 still celebrated tradition, students stood up and delivered important and inspiring messages.
Doing what is best for students may mean taking action outside the classroom. “We have to be willing to get uncomfortable,” says Mandy Manning.