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More teachers than ever are finding themselves weighed down by seemingly unmanageable amounts of student loan debt.
More states are looking for ways to fund full-day kindergarten programs.
With a new school year fast approaching, the debate over homework is back on the minds of parents and teachers.
GOP House members are not on board with Trump's school choice plans, though they're still proposing significant budget cuts.
Teaching students how to recognize and manage their emotions contributes to greater academic success and overall emotional health.
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.
Teachers are finding success incorporating the arts into traditionally non-art oriented subjects.
Advocates of school choice secured a major win this week with the Supreme Court's ruling on two cases.
Mentors not only help the transition for new teachers, but provide a boost for students as well, according to a new study.
Kids around the country are participating in STEM-focused camps doing everything from robotics to 3D printing.
The key to keeping the opioid crisis out of schools is talking about it, and talking about it early.
Schools are taking a strong look at their role in monitoring student internet activity, as well as teaching them how to be good people online.
Guidance counselors are introducing different programs to help incoming freshmen get acquainted with what to expect in high school.
More schools are adopting gardens and wildlife habitats as teaching tools.
The Department of Education announced that it plans to roll back Obama-era civil rights investigation procedures.
Our nation's schools aren't as diverse as we'd like to believe.
Science teachers are hitting obstacles when it comes to teaching about climate change from students and other teachers.
New data reveals that despite the abundance of technology in the classroom, it's not being utilized to the fullest.
Both New York and New Mexico have announced new reductions in the amount of time their students will spend taking standardized tests.