New research suggests artificial intelligence can make professional development programs more accessible and effective.
Although disabled students are supposed to have equal access to school sports, questions remain about whether they participate at the same rate as their nondisabled peers.
Mental health for teachers carries critical benefits for students.
A law scholar examines a pair of Supreme Court cases that pit the public’s free speech rights against politicians’ rights.
Black male athletes at Division I schools say they alter their speech, dress and other behaviors to gain acceptance in mostly white academic and athletic settings.
Cybercriminals target schools because they’re uniquely vulnerable. A cybersecurity expert explores whether a new White House initiative will be enough to deter bad actors.
Most teens aren’t getting enough sleep, leading to poorer academic performance. Early school start times combined with natural changes in hormones and the circadian rhythm could be to blame.
Apologies can easily go awry if they’re not made in a certain way.
As the nation approaches the 70-year anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education, an education professor lays out the state of school segregation in America.
Is it a STEM education or a STEAM education? Integrating arts into science programming and vice versa can pique kids’ curiosity − a play touring Michigan aims to do just that.
Being aware of ignorance and fallibility can make people more teachable, and perhaps it could make people feel helpless and disempowered.
Scholars who study disparities in early care and education answer five questions about Michigan’s Great Start Readiness Program.
Barring evidence of moral turpitude or excessive absenteeism, former administrators are very hard to force out.
Threats from disappointed donors over the language used during campus protests about the Israel-Hamas conflict have become angrier and more public than in the past.
The author of a new book on affirmative action in higher education discusses how colleges might still be able to become more diverse now that affirmative action has been banned.
The gentle parenting movement has exploded in popularity on social media. But is it good for kids or parents?
The late Justice Sandra Day O'Connor’s iCivics curriculum has been shown to boost knowledge of the political process.
Inclusive postsecondary education programs help students with intellectual disabilities make friends and become independent adults.
The original storyline for Road Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” contained some stunning parallels to the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
Researchers conducted in-depth interviews with 17 Philadelphia parents about how their family uses digital media. Here they offer tips to promote healthy, balanced media habits for kids.