“History could repeat itself.”
From Charleston to Charlottesville, the pattern of violence continues.
The MPAA cited thematic elements in its rating decision for So B. It.
The opening of a £140million shared school campus in Tyrone has been postponed until 2021, it has been claimed.
In conjunction with their 4th annual conference in Oakland, California on October 14-15, the Network for Public Education
At Transfer Test time every family feels the pressure, but it helps if you and your child are well prepared.
Her words struck a chord with me and made me realize my passion for my job.
Shardé Carrington says the surprise eighth-grade history lesson also included a clip from Roots.
What it’s like being one of a few Asian-Americans in school, contrasted with having a whole community you relate to.
Royals, they're just like us.
We cannot continue to allow this to happen.
Seven faculty members and one former student recently filed an EEOC complaint against the university.
There is a force out there that’s working to destroy our profession.
She's also turned to GoFundMe to hit her goal of $23,000.
I want to be a mentor to Latinx, immigrant, and LGBTQI communities, now that I am here. This is my purpose.
Nineteen people have worn the yellow outfit so far.
During his campaign for president, in September 2016, Donald Trump said that he planned to devote $20 billion toward an education
The 2013-2014 data also shows that black girls were four times more likely to be arrested at school than white girls.
Though different countries have different calendars and traditions, the excitement of going back to school is universal.
The lines of racial division in our city are a product of the unequal system our society has created.
Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos champion the privatization of public education in the United States. They
All sides of our education civil war need to see our internal battles within the context of the travesties recounted in this amazing special magazine
Kids without enough money for lunch experience enough shame and self-doubt on their own.
“I see a lot of myself in my students and partially because of that I think it’s important for me to stay strong.
I wanted her to see me.
Houston's children will feel the effects for years. But Texas officials hope to prevent another lost generation like the one that survived Hurri
There is very little evidence that wrongful accusation is even a problem.
I’m having a little more trouble trying to figure out why you chose to go into education.
“Waiting for Superman” (2010) was a propaganda movie promoting charter schools. I call this blog “Waiting for Evidence,” because
Betsy DeVos, whose interest in education prior to the Trump administration seemed mostly focused on K-12 schools, has made
A response to the whirlwind surrounding my high school Alma Mater, and the resulting conversation that’s been started in
Advocates say rolling back the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter would send a startling message to student survivors of sexual assault.
A parent argued the library is not providing a safe place for children to explore children’s books.”
The Chicago artist also just donated $2.2 million to Chicago Public Schools.
A school in Illinois is showing the potential of Oregon's gender-neutral dress code model.
Campus Pride's annual survey honors schools that lead the way for queer inclusion.
Belfast Met is holding a number of clearing days this month for anyone who is taking the next step in their education.
It is the beginning of the school year. Periodically I am asked, somewhat suspiciously, “What would you do if educational
“When a student couldn’t pay for their lunch, a lot of times [Castile] actually paid for their lunch out of his own pocket.
Devastation on this level can severely impact or effectively end a student’s pursuit of a college degree.
In 2017, symbols of racism and treason shouldn’t be debated or voted on.
Joel Carter and his daughter Dream rewrote Yo Gotti's Rake It Up.
Politically influential charter school operators in the State of New York are on the verge of pushing through an administrative
Yes, it's totally normal to get jitters. Here are some ways to ace that emotional test.
What Katrina can teach us about caring for kids in school districts hit by hurricanes.
By Gil G. Noam, EdD Whether jumping through sprinklers at city parks, chasing soccer balls at camp, or kayaking with family
By Theresa Harrington While California legislators debate a bill to ban secondary schools from starting before 8:30 a.m., a
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