Despite government mandates to test water quality, educators, parents, and district staff should work with local policymakers and water companies to conduct their own testing.
Budget cuts to critical PE programs are forcing districts to pass the burden of exercise instruction onto classroom teachers.
While some research suggests preventing more students from skipping grades is short-sighted, many educators and parents want the practice to remain rare.
The way we communicate with and about students can have major equity implications. A new book explains how educators can match their speech to their values.
The barriers refugee children face overseas create even more problems if they are eventually resettled in the United States.
How do we protect academic freedom – especially during this era of ‘you’re fired – and also meet the goals of greater inclusion and openness?
State constitutional prohibitions against aid to religion, including aid to religious schools, may be in jeopardy.
With grad assistants earning less then $18K a year, and working twice as many hours as promised, they need a voice in their working conditions.
Literacy experts talk about the power of books at a roundtable discussion hosted by NEA as part of its Read Across America celebration.
Looking beyond “Just Say No,” more educators are saying no student is too young to learn about the dangers of opioid abuse.