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A group of 100 sixth-graders from a Nebraska middle school will participate in a weekend camp focused on creating unity. -More-
First- through third-graders at a California school recently learned about the Gullah culture of South Carolina's Low Country -More-
Poverty rates among school-age children can differ significantly between neighboring school districts, according to a report -More-
A high school in Washington, D.C., is striving to improve students' behavior and change the school's culture with the adoptio -More-
School leaders can serve as role models for incorporating technology by showing teachers how such tools can increase collabor -More-
Teaching students from low-income families about food literacy presented a challenge, writes Kentucky high-school educator Jo -More-
A group of New Mexico high-schoolers and others have been working to preserve the ruins of San Gregorio Mission, one of three -More-
The greater part of our happiness or misery depends upon our dispositions, and not upon our circumstances.
Martha Washington, US first lady
The rap song is fun.
On Friday, school officials will be in the hot seat over their use of taxpayer funding and discretionary revenue.
The University of California and others keep large pools of cash on hand for projects -- and fiscal emergencies.