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More than 83 percent of U.S. students earned a diploma on time, according to federal data released Monday.
No, it's not cute when little boys force kisses on little girls. A primer on teaching boys to respect girls.
'My daughter should not be made to feel uncomfortable and afraid of going to school because a boy is overly affectionate. Is this where violence begins? Maybe . . . or maybe not. But it is undeniably disrespect. And pervasive disrespect leads to violence and harm.'
The donation will allow Teachers College at Columbia University to establish a new doctoral program to train those who train dance teachers.
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One hundred school districts and charter schools use students' socioeconomic status to determine school assignments -- up fro -More-
The high-school graduation rate in the US has reached a record high of 83.2% -- an increase of about 4 percentage points sinc -More-
Visitors to four University of Alabama museums will have new ways to interact with exhibits, thanks to sixth-graders at a loc -More-
Both parents and teachers believe it is important for children to be kind, but they define kindness in different ways, accord -More-
Students across all grades in an Illinois district recently celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month. -More-
Be a good steward of your gifts. Protect your time. Feed your inner life. Avoid too much noise. Read good books, have good sentences in your ears. Be by yourself as often as you can. Walk. Take the phone off the hook. Work regular hours.
Jane Kenyon, poet
Interest is growing in so-called civil rights tourism, as attendance and donations grow for museums focused on the African-American experience.