About one in five Australian teenagers say they have been bullied. A psychologist and teacher explains how parents can help.
Parents are enablers, motivators and facilitators of their children’s education.
Frustration about unsettled bargaining that predates the pandemic could get channelled into pronounced resistance from educational workers during the coming months.
Making unsubstantiated claims that pandemic online learning caused mental health problems doesn’t help us address students’ current needs.
Punishing attendance problems fails to address the issues facing students, from family responsibilities to barriers related to racism or inadequate support for disabilities.
Teaching students techniques to cope with anxiety and stress can help them bounce back after a hurricane upends their life.
Billions of dollars are being spent on tutoring in the US. Will it be enough to help schoolchildren make up for pandemic learning loss? An education economist weighs in.
Two education researchers say one of the most widely used terms in school reform debates should be retired because of its potential to do more harm than good.
Ghana’s northern region would be more developed now had it received a fairer share of colonial investments.
In B.C., residential school principals sat on public school boards, and some Indigenous children even attended public schools. Understanding such links matters for truth and reconciliation.
It’s not just COVID-19. Low salaries, subpar working conditions and lack of resources in the classroom are three of the reasons why teachers are abandoning the profession.
Parents and caregivers can support teens with the transition to high school by taking the time to connect and talk, whenever and however you can.
As a researcher focussed on African, Afro-Caribbean and Black families’ schooling experiences, I appeal to school staff to understand the importance of the school-family-community partnership.
Inflation is soaring, but prices for typical back-to-school gear like backpacks, computers and new clothes are rising less than average – or even falling.
Under Indonesian rules designed to protect religious freedom, female Muslim students are not compelled to wear “Muslim attire”. But those regulations are often interpreted differently by schools.
Physical education is too often sexist and old fashioned. Here’s what it could be like instead.
As a women’s rights activist, Nina Otero-Warren fought for the right for women to vote in New Mexico. Now, her image is featured on the US quarter.
The core principle of education is to enable students to become kind, giving and contributing members of their community and the world.
The tax exemptions enjoyed by the UK’s charitable private schools are estimated to equate to 6% of England’s annual state school budget
Experts say making meals available to all students reduces the stigma associated with a free lunch.