Teachers’ fondness for working with students grew in the early stages of the pandemic, according to a new study that provides a unique before-and-after glimpse at what duties teachers enjoyed most.
Students who come from families that are more well-off financially have an advantage in their quest to become a college athlete, researchers have found.
America’s public schools, which are over 40 years old on average, are not equipped to handle rising temperatures due to climate change, a new study reveals.
Charter school enrollment grew during the pandemic. But behind these schools’ rising popularity is a history of harsh discipline, inaccessibility and targeted marketing.
As federal student loan debt continues to rise, a number of scholars discuss how debt affects the nation’s college students, graduates and the economy as a whole.
While China has taken steps to rein in the playing of video games among students during the school week, a U.S. scholar makes the case for why the games should be featured more prominently in school.
Even though The Chair confronts some of the tougher realities of higher education, the world it depicts is still rosier than the reality.
Suspensions don’t just harm Black children – they also harm their parents’ employment, a school discipline expert argues in a forthcoming book.
Gifted education has long faced accusations of being elitist and excluding students of color. Will new changes prepare more students for elite colleges, or will they water down current curriculums?
Vaccinations, masks and some distancing – along with low community transmission – can help protect students in classrooms and cafeterias.
Expanding free lunch programs could also reduce stigma for students, lower administrative burdens for schools and create jobs for communities.
When school officials post photos about students on Facebook, they may be inadvertently enabling data mining firms and others to use the information for other purposes, new research has found.
Ghanaian students are losing patience with the lack of opportunities after graduation.
This year summer schools will have to figure out how to tend to the emotional and academic needs of students coming out of remote learning.
New research on Atlanta-metro students suggests they fell 7-8 months behind on learning during the pandemic.
Science is often taught from a white or Western standpoint. Can teaching science from a hip-hop perspective make science more relatable to students of color? A hip-hop science educator weighs in.
Dicey cultural situations and power struggles await Latina teachers in America’s schools.
Nigeria needs more veterinary doctors to improve agricultural production, disease prevention, wildlife conservation and the health of animals in the security sector
The pandemic largely gave America a reprieve from school shootings. Two criminologists say gun violence could return to America’s schools worse than before as in-person classes resume.
The more that educators of color feel the need to tiptoe around issue of racism in schools, the less likely they seem to stay in the job, new research shows.