How Sandy Hook parents are training schools and students to recognize and prevent the next school shooting.
The story of Keaton Jones, a Tennessee middle schooler, has touched off a national dialogue—and ignited controversy—about the hard truth of bullying in schools.
As ESSA is fully implemented across the country, several states are rethinking their approach to teacher evaluation.
As more young students face bullying and the potential for suicide, school districts need to offer a welcoming ear.
Stanford researchers use growth as a measure of student progress and find that some underperforming districts may be doing better than previously thought.
As part of the Hour of Code campaign, school districts across the country shared their efforts to get more coding in their classrooms.
A new GAO report finds that public schools provide more protections for students with disabilities than their private or charter competitors.
Public school parents are less satisfied with their child’s schools than private and charter parents, according to a new Rice University study.
New research suggests more students are bringing weapons to school to protect against bullying. Why districts must encourage their students to be active allies against abuse.
In a recent webinar, Dr. Jubal Yennie, superintendent of Wyoming’s Albany County School District #1, shares the steps his district takes to ensure every student feels heard.