By making mental health an “excusable absence,” schools can help bring conversations about student mental and behavioral health into the open.
A Swedish teenager’s activism is helping educators find ways to support their students’ interest in climate change throughout the year.
Some states, but not enough, have banned hair discrimination – an important step in protecting students against implicit and explicit bias.
It’s back-to-school time and students will soon be practicing lockdown and active shooter drills, an unfortunate consequence of a new normal in America.
What’s new in public education this year? We see some trends emerging, including trauma-informed education, virtual reality, and more.
With little progress at the national or state level, activists are making sure something is being done in their school districts to protect LGBTQ rights.
Florida Poly administrators fired the only on-campus counselor for her union activities. Now they have to hire her back.
With the right professional training, educators can reduce the impact of traumatic experiences and help all children learn.
Even if students have families who talk to them about healthy lifestyles at home, schools and educators play an indispensable role.
2020 Presidential hopefuls and educators address poverty and systemic racism at the Poor People’s Campaign forum.