Teaching computer programming to youth can prepare them for the future job market, promote equity in tech professions and develop students’ computational thinking skills.
Children deserve agency in decisions that affect them, but adults are ultimately responsible for making decisions in children’s best interests.
Colleges must notify students when the school is placed on probation by its accrediting agency. Do students respond by staying away?
A lawsuit against police and school officials for how they responded to the kindergartner has been settled, but deeper systemic issues remain.
A social work scholar researches why school suspensions disproportionately affect students from certain groups and what can be done to change that.
Universities must help this cohort of students transition into higher education.
Recognizing and accrediting students’ prior learning and competencies is one way universities can tweak business-as-usual approaches.
Managing a chronic health condition can make the transition to post-secondary education more complex.
Calls for tougher laws against assaults on teachers have been thwarted by efforts to keep kids in school.
Recently, specious claims against critical race theory have been showing up in Canada. School boards are being questioned about their anti-racism policies and the teaching of CRT to students.
Schoolteachers routinely report feeling ill-prepared to guide their students through difficult conversations about high-profile violent events.
Students of color graduate at higher rates when they go to colleges where there are larger portions of the student body and faculty who are also of color.
Students once might have been the main clients of higher education, but today communities, industries and the government demand the ear of the university.
Putting guns in the hands of schoolteachers is a popular idea among gun-owners and conservatives, but research suggests it may pose more problems than it solves.
Students with disabilities do better when they remain in general education classes, but systemic bias often leads them to be placed in separate classrooms, a special education researcher writes.
Often dismissed as ‘horseplay,’ sexual assaults perpetrated by boys athletes against their teammates persist in high school sports, a researcher observes.
COVID-19 planning needs to take disability justice seriously. Universities must design courses to be accessible to all learners, and offer ongoing remote learning.
As concerns about college students’ mental health continue to rise, a sociology researcher offers tips for college instructors to help students who may be in crisis.
When it comes to helping students who are homeless during the pandemic, identifying who they are is crucial, says a researcher studying the issue in one of the largest US school districts.
In ABC’s ‘Abbott Elementary,’ Philadelphia schoolteachers go above and beyond for their students – just like real-life urban schoolteachers do every day, says one scholar.