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Florida student-athletes enjoy camaraderie and 'Good Game' playing in Super Smash Brothers esports tournament at Full Sail University's iconic Fortress.
Report: 87% of state history standards do not mention Native American history after 1900, and 27 states make no mention of a single Native American in their K-12 curriculum.
Audit finds several California school districts have undercounted homeless students, and may have thus deprived them of key services.
A new high school education program acknowledges that some students will choose to use drugs, alcohol or other substances. So, it's teaching young people to make safe choices.
Texas appears likely to approve an African American studies course while California struggles to revise its heavily criticized draft curriculum.
Districts across the U.S. are starting to adopt farm to school programs that connect schools to locally grown foods, promote agriculture education and encourage student-tended gardens, following National Farm to School Month in October.
Teachers feel less optimistic, with most saying students need more social and emotional support, an annual educator confidence report says.
Districts are offering signing bonuses, filling gaps with social workers and counselors, training teachers to spot signs of distress, and developing intervention teams.
Parents and nonprofit groups are suing districts for teachers isolating students improperly in isolation rooms.
How school system leaders can use a new guide containing three mindsets and five core functions for strategic CFOs.
Restorative justice in schools is a growing trend as administrators look to build relationships with students and school staff rather than use out of school suspensions—which can lead to incarceration.
District leaders are increasingly under the microscope for allowing implicit bias in education to fester on their campuses, with some schools facing the likelihood of lawsuits.