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The tax reform proposal that House Republican...

 

Overcrowded classrooms, high workloads, and yes,...

Witches, goblins and ghosts will be roaming the country’s...

 

Earlier this month, youngsters poured into three...

Teachers never want to be put in a position where a strike is likely, but when negotiations...

 

Walking to class is nothing new for kids who live in close proximity to their schools, but...

Overcrowded classrooms are one of the biggest workplace headaches for teachers and many education experts argue for the benefits of...

Few children’s television programs have been on the forefront of tackling real-world issues that affect kids with such...

The U.S. Hispanic population accounts for 56 percent of the country’s population growth since 2000, according to the...

Between school, parents, and peers, being a teenager has never been an easy part of life. Teens today arguably have an added level of...

Adults who were in school in the 1980s and 90s are likely familiar with the anti-drug and violence program D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse...

It’s estimated that one out of four students in the U.S. is a victim of...

With much of Puerto Rico still without electricity, the island’s schools remain closed with...

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