A history scholar sees leeway and loopholes in a wave of new state laws that seek to control what teachers can say about racism in America’s past.
About 10 million US children are chronically absent from school.
Social media use has adversely affected students’ English language learning in Ghanaian schools.
Prom can be very expensive, but prices for clothes, photographers and other traditional gear haven’t climbed as much as everything else.
Most of our respondents said the main factor driving their vaping was flavouring and taste.
Latino youths often feel more at home in after-school programs and in the community than they do in school. A sociologist explores why.
A study following Ontario students between 2004 and 2012 can help policymakers ensure all students get the supports they need when they need them.
Teachers in a study identify ‘grading obsession’ as a top challenge in education. Some are fighting back and dedicating class time to student self-assessment and peer assessment activities.
For Indigenous literature courses to be successful, Indigenous cultural safety must be centred, and commitment to teacher professional development is a must.
A college readiness scholar says the new Advanced Placement course in African American Studies has been weakened by political pressure from the right.
Each year, the same narrow narrative about ‘top students’ appears in the media after year 12 results. New research talks to students who are the first in their families to go to university
New research looks at young people’s experiences of bullying in their own words.
Both teachers and our media landscape contribute to how youth make sense of what is expected of them, and who are bound to excel in which fields.
Inspiring our children to value and connect with science is key to improving society – and there are ways to do this safely in the classroom.
According to the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, far-right groups have been trying to stack school boards with candidates harbouring anti-equity ideologies.
Teaching computer programming to youth can prepare them for the future job market, promote equity in tech professions and develop students’ computational thinking skills.
Research which shows you can reliably predict a student’s year 12 results by year 11. This suggests we don’t need a battery of stressful exams to work out what they do next.
An English professor takes a critical look at why today’s students are assigned the same books that were assigned decades ago – and why American school curricula are so difficult to change.
Results are coming back for students in years, 3, 5, 7 and 9. It can seem like a very big deal to stressed students. In reality, it is only one indicator of how a child is progressing.
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.