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Teachers spend about 20% to 40% of their time—or about 13 hours a week—on activities that could be automated using existing technology, according to a new report.
School tip lines meant to stop mass shootings are receiving far more reports about students considering suicide and other forms of self-harm, according to reports in several states.
The job of disciplining students, particularly those of color, often falls to black male teachers, who then become viewed as “disciplinarians first and teachers second,” according to a new report.
Schools could serve fewer vegetables and fruits required at meals while offering more pizza, burgers and fries under a new rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, The Washington Post reported.
Children living in affordable public housing show higher rates of learning disabilities but fare better than low-income children who don't get housing assistance, new research has found.
K-12 leaders should look to historically black colleges and universities to adopt strategies to promote the success of African American students, a new United Negro College Fund report says.
Administrators know attendance is one of the keys to student success in school, but in some districts, incentive programs for students and families aren't moving the needle.
A Delaware student’s question about how strawberries are made inspired the creation of a school garden designed to stimulate learners’ senses of sight, sound, taste and smell.
Researchers are finding that while diversity is growing among students in most U.S. schools, it's not increasing among teachers—and that's a concern.
Schoolwide music instruction is having a big impact in raising test scores as K-12 leaders make the case for more robust programs in lower-income districts.
Trauma-informed practices can guide educators in creating safe environments, adjusting harmful disciplinary policies and helping students become more resilient.
Some experts continue to question whether lockdown drills designed to prepare students for active shooters and other emergencies do more harm than good.
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