A Delaware high school led trainings on the impact of race on learning to try to better serve their student population, resulting in controversy.
Recent research suggests that, countrywide, Holocaust educational efforts aren't going far enough.
Research on 112,000 Canadian students finds that high schoolers who took more music courses did better in math, science, and English.
Legal experts say this complaint resonates with a larger pattern of discrimination against transgender girls and women in sports.
Decisions in Illinois and North Carolina to reprint yearbooks with white nationalist photos have prompted a First Amendment debate.
Income has an enormous impact on young people's educational experiences with technology, just as it does on every other aspect of school life.
Students gather at a gun control rally at the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on March 14th, 2019, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
Research suggests that being surrounded by well-off peers in not-too-intense academic environments can lead to lifetime gains.
The unique teaching model, piloted in Minneapolis, focuses on students' strengths and teachers' relationship with the classroom.
In the first year of a new program, a large San Diego school district experienced small victories—despite some growing pains.
With her pioneering courses, Annie Delgado is filling in the gaps left by more traditional curricula.
Students march the last leg of a 50-mile journey into the hometown of House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) to call attention to gun violence on March 28th, 2018, in Janesville, Wisconsin
No children were harmed in the incident, which comes just two weeks after a gunman killed 17 students at a Florida high school.
A controversial new program segregates students in the cafeteria by grade point average and attendance as an incentive to boost achievement.
With a new school year underway in Charlottesville, here's how teachers are addressing the recent violence.
Schools whose graduation rates are rising are simultaneously losing many students to charter schools and schools in other parts of town.
In 2014, the GED Testing Service rolled out a new assessment meant to measure not just high school equivalency but also career- and college-readiness skills. The questions below are designed to be very similar to those you might find on a GED exam today.