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Teachers are finding success incorporating the arts into traditionally non-art oriented subjects.
The "adultification" of black girls is having a negative impact and robbing them of childhood, according to a new study.
Rural schools face unique challenges when it comes to equipping each student and teacher with a tablet or notebook.
Teaching students how to recognize and manage their emotions contributes to greater academic success and overall emotional health.
GOP House members are not on board with Trump's school choice plans, though they're still proposing significant budget cuts.
With a new school year fast approaching, the debate over homework is back on the minds of parents and teachers.
More states are looking for ways to fund full-day kindergarten programs.
More teachers than ever are finding themselves weighed down by seemingly unmanageable amounts of student loan debt.
Back-to-school shopping has started earlier than ever thanks to Amazon Prime Day and its competition.
More schools are reevaluating the practice of out-of-school suspensions.
A new study analyzes the most at-risk states in the country for the youth of today.
More cities are facing a crisis of potentially losing their teachers due to high housing costs.
Advocates for the rights of sexual assault victims in schools are concerned with Betsy DeVos' plans for Title IX.
Chicago and other school districts around the country are looking into amending their diploma requirements.
Special needs students are often the most vulnerable to bullying.
Feedback regarding state-submitted ESSA plans has been met with frustration from state leaders.
Schools are taking a serious look at how they address the mental health of their students.
Students weren't the only ones who spent their summer break participating in STEM camps. Teachers got in on the action as well.
Schools are beginning to examine the way they develop a relationship with lower-income parents.
Lawmakers in states around the U.S. are desperately searching for a solution to their education funding woes.

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