Teachers use tougher language when describing the misbehavior of Black children, new research shows.
Does Louisiana’s requirement for public schools to post ‘In God We Trust’ in all classrooms violate the doctrine of separation of church and state? A legal scholar weighs in.
Not enough time is being set aside for school counselors and psychologists to help students work on mental health issues, a professor of school psychology says.
A veteran education researcher raises questions about whether educational research is actually being put to use.
Integrated computing enables teachers to incorporate basic programming skills into K-12 students’ regular math, science and language arts classes.
Nearly four decades after President Ronald Reagan proclaimed the first National Math Awareness Week, math readiness and enrollment in college math programs continue to decline.
The war in Ukraine affects everyone – including teachers and students, who are meeting the challenges with their people’s famed determination.
Though difficult to pinpoint, white educators often put forth stereotypes when they discuss Black students among themselves, new research has found.
A scholar explains why schools can’t focus only on closing pandemic-related learning gaps.
Teaching students techniques to cope with anxiety and stress can help them bounce back after a hurricane upends their life.
A scholar who used to evaluate after-school programs says they should do more than just be a place for kids to hang out and socialize.
Jobs in the clean energy industry are expected to grow thanks to a historic federal investment in fighting climate change. Many of the jobs have low barriers to entry, an expert says.
AP teachers could find themselves at odds with laws that restrict how they can teach about racism in America’s past.
Calls for tougher laws against assaults on teachers have been thwarted by efforts to keep kids in school.
While computer science courses can help students with learning disabilities see themselves in careers in the field, they are still underrepresented. A team of researchers explores why.
Looser requirements for teacher certification don’t fix teachers’ problems, which are low pay, high workload and lack of respect.
A veteran school administrator offers insights on how children’s caretakers can better prepare them for a new school year.
Three years observing in a public school has given one scholar a close-up look at the sweeping challenges in public education.
Different views of gentrification drive divisions that keep school activists separated by race.
Community members want their schools to address issues beyond academics, new research suggests.