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While smaller class sizes have benefits to student achievement, the key is in proper execution.
Big Bird is on a mission to help gets get past the feelings and stress that come with trauma.
How states are answering the call for more bilingual teachers.
The lives of teenage girls have become even more wrought with anxiety and peer pressure.
Some schools are onboard with a new version of D.A.R.E., while others have their doubts.
Bullying victims might escape their tormentors after graduation, but that doesn't mean the mental scars are gone.
States up and down the East Coast are preparing to welcome students displaced by the hurricane that hit Puerto Rico.
Some students are refusing to stand for the national anthem and schools are responding to this "teachable moment" in varying ways.
American students may not be getting the financial lessons they need to succeed in the world.
Thirty-six states and the District of Columbia are taking aim at chronic absenteeism.
STEM education gets a big financial boost from the president and tech industry.
DeVos has rescinded several parts of how schools will go about handling sexual assault cases.
Talking with students about taboo current events might be awkward, but it's essential.
Arming teachers with guns is a radical concept and one that has strong opinions on both sides of the gun control debate.
A new study finds a high rate of chronic absenteeism among the nation's public school teachers.
Sandy Hook Promise co-founder Nicole Hockley talks about how schools can be leaders in violence prevention.
All but four states have now sent an ESSA plan to the Department of Education for review.
Teachers in Florida aren't happy with a bonus program that requires them to submit potentially decades old ACT/SAT scores.
With these tips you can go from someone in doubt about your career path to a recommitted educator ready to tackle your next class.