PE and health educators can offer students, parents and community a way to move and find some happiness and relief during this uncertain time.
The coronavirus pandemic has underscored equity challenges across U.S. public schools. “We’re all grappling with the unknown,” says high school teacher.
As schools close, COVID-19 has left many educators and administrators nationwide operating under a rapid response system.
While many lawmakers are looking out for young people, the Trump administration, experts say, is looking out for the e-cigarette industry.
Children need to learn about the virus from trusted adults. The more educators can appear calm and rational, the more comfortable their students will feel.
Well-intentioned drug prevention efforts implore students to “just say no,” but they usually fail to teach young people how to do just that.
After enriched uranium is found inside a school, science teacher Dennis Foreman and others fight for student health and safety.
One in five teens struggle to afford menstrual products. Virginia is poised to become the fifth state to make them free in public school bathrooms.
Banning stigmatizing practices like ‘lunch shaming’ is the right thing to do. Dropping kids from nutrition programs is not.
Even if students have families who talk to them about healthy lifestyles at home, schools and educators play an indispensable role.