As the focus on sexual assault intensifies, affirmative consent education is taking root on college campuses – and may soon extend to high schools.
National program helps ease the stress of separation for military families by having deployed parents read children’s books aloud via DVD for their kids to watch at home.
Once reserved for struggling or reluctant readers, graphic novels have moved to the forefront of instructional materials – and onto banned-book lists.
Inadequate resources place students of color in the the poorest schools at a significant disadvantage – a direct consequence of how schools are funded.
The push to expand charter schools and drain money from public schools is hiding behind a new facade: a simplified student enrollment process.
As more students struggle with “food insecurity,” the number of campus-based food banks has shot up.
Diverse books can be a safe way for children to explore difficult topics and empower them to form their own opinions, say experts.
What does implementing ESSA look like at the local level? A teacher in Hawaii shows the way.
Calhoun County used to “take care of their own.” Something changed, and educators decided that they needed a stronger voice for their students.
High-achieving students of color are an increasing share of the overall student population, but many find themselves left out of the academic fast lane.