The coronavirus pandemic has entrenched educational technologies in schools. Parents and guardians have been forced to relinquish their children's privacy, without assurance of protection.
The unprecedented wave of federal funding could be used to modernize public schools – the second-largest public infrastructure in our nation, behind only highways.
Government has limited resources to improve quality in schools in Ghana.
Teacher referrals will replace standardized testing. That could disadvantage already-underrepresented students.
Emerging evidence suggests a significant number of children develop long COVID, with symptoms lasting for months on end.
Early test results look promising, and Pfizer has asked the FDA to review and authorize its vaccine for use in teens. That doesn't mean putting away the face masks, though.
US suburbs are rapidly diversifying, but students of color often face academic and social hurdles in suburban schools.
According to a study conducted in collaboration with the Nobel laureate in economics, Lars Peter Hansen, decision theory is an effective tool for finding the best trade-offs.
A focus on 'catching up' implies a deficit on the part of pupils.
Four experts weigh in on ways to replenish the US teacher workforce and curb burnout.
Three education experts explain why students aren't learning the basics.
The rise in the popularity of Amanda Gorman, the nation's first National Youth Poet Laureate, represents a prime opportunity for educators to use spoken word poetry in the classroom.
Just 27% of secondary school pupils believe it would be safe to come out as LGBT+ in their schools.
Schools must ensure a working relationship with its stakeholders including the host community and parents.
Families are so afraid of welfare systems that many would take drastic steps to move their children to countries they chose to leave
Kindergarten enrollment dropped 16% this year, according to an NPR survey of 60 school districts across 20 states.
In Uganda, young people's knowledge of national political institutions, and on how they would claim and advocate for their rights as citizens, was remarkably low.
Some parents of kids with disabilities are doubling as specialized teachers, occupational therapists, speech therapists and psychologists during the pandemic.
The Education Minister Dan Tehan has said research shows mobile phone bans have a positive effect on academic performance. But this is not necessarily true.
Every state and territory has its own rules when it comes to the kinds of gifts teachers can receive. But there are general principles to consider that are the same everywhere.