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Will the moral values that schools and parents have instilled in young people erode during a Trump presidency?
On my campus, all student leaders are women, but they know this is a rare exception in a sexist world.
The academic had said, among other things, that Jews were behind the 9-11 terrorist attacks.
School board says academic year will start Sept. 5, 2017, a week later than usual.
Joining protests across the country in Clinton strongholds, Wilson High students say they want a voice despite not having a vote.
A teacher failed to immediately report it to administrators at Sligo Creek Elementary, officials say.
The Human Rights Campaign has created a new parents’ council to harness the power of personal stories.
The teacher involved has been placed on administrative leave, school officials say.
The recent drop in school bullying incidents doesn’t necessarily mean schools have become more welcoming, writes Gregg Weinlein.
The history of the U.S. Department of Education holds lessons for shaking up the education status quo, writes Gary Beach.
When it comes to school management, asking if school districts should decentralize is the wrong question, writes Susan Moore Johnson.
President-elect Donald Trump's victory leaves widespread uncertainty about what's in store for key areas of public school policy under the first GOP administration in eight years.
After nearly two decades of restrictions, educators say it will take time for schools to create new programs and hire bilingual teachers.