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A pair of new laws includes a requirement that students learn about affirmative sexual consent, known as "yes means yes."
Girls who are victims of sexual abuse are often further traumatized by the juvenile-justice system, writes Gina Womack.
Restorative practices, rather than zero tolerance, are more effective in solving student discipline problems, write four RAND researchers.
A new state report says the legislature hasn't done enough to entice teachers to stay, despite some modifications to the salary schedule.
In their indictment of Barbara Byrd-Bennett, federal prosecutors allege the former superintendent steered a $23 million, no-bid contract to her former employers.
Dual-credit programs in 19 states feel threatened by a new rule requiring high school teachers of those classes to have a master's degree.
Susan Hopgood, Lily Eskelsen-García, and Randi Weingarten explain their support for the global "sustainable development goals" adopted recently by the United Nations.
Privacy experts are raising the alarm over what they see as overly aggressive data collection in the company's newly unveiled operating system, Windows 10.
Among the findings: Less than a third of the cities examined made gains in math or reading proficiency over the three-year study span relative to their state's performance.
Nevada lawmakers kicked off an effort to divide the giant Clark County School District into several smaller precincts—something that proponents say will help the behemoth organization be more responsive to the needs of students and parents.