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The social media giant is bringing its engineering talents to the K-12 arena by teaming up with the Summit Public Schools on a personalized learning system.
Academic researchers are beginning to study what kinds of tech-based exchanges between educators and families bring the biggest academic payoff for students.
Learning social skills by age 5 is associated with the absence of criminal behavior later in life, writes Paul Marx.
A weeklong walkout delayed the start of the 2015-16 school year for 53,000 students and thousands of educators.
In firing its athletic director on Tuesday and naming an interim replacement, Texas neglected a qualified woman in its athletic department and highlighted a lack of female representation in Division I sports.
A year after a police shooting set off racially charged riots in Ferguson, Mo., the school system and its new superintendent are looking to correct educational disparities and "give kids a voice" in determining their future.
Superintendent Joseph Davis lays out his plans for addressing the educational inequities and biases that fed into last year's demonstrations in Ferguson, Mo.
Adams 14 in Colorado is among thousands of districts nationwide that are trying to root out discriminatory practices that can harm students' development.
During a ritual called the Glass Ceiling, in which Pi Delta Psi brothers tackle pledges, Chun Hsien Deng was hit harder after he did not fall in line, a grand jury report says.
Dr. Farberow was a founder of the nation’s first comprehensive suicide prevention center and helped upend longstanding notions about the nature of suicide.
Meeting the requirement set by Mayor Bill de Blasio for New York public schools will present major challenges, mostly in training enough teachers.
Researchers found African Americans are over-represented in four of the six lowest-paying fields; the same is true for Hispanic students in three of the six majors at the bottom of the income ladder.
Mr. Berggruen and his research group say they will take a philosophical angle in its study of the differences between the East and the West.
A year after the death of Michael Brown, Inda Schaenen, a teacher in a neighboring district, is changing her curriculum to embolden her classroom.
Sidwell Friends announced the school plans to consolidate onto a single campus in The District after the administration signed an agreement to purchase an adjoining property in Northwest Washington.