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What does a student revolution in learning mean? They are demanding education that prepares them for their own future, not their grandparents’ future.
Many kindergarteners and first-graders at Willow River Elementary School in Wisconsin simply cannot make it through the school day, counselor Sarah Flier says.
Strong leadership and communication have been critical to administrative offices and all staff throughout schools.
Uniforms are not producing the desired improvements in student behavior and may even reduce kids’ sense of belonging in school.
For the safety of students nationwide, it’s time for the conversation around potentially life-saving monitoring technology to change. Despite the criticism, it is not designed to violate students’ privacy.
Helping students rebound from the early impacts of the pandemic and reacclimating them to school expectations are top of mind for building leaders.
Pajaro Valley Unified School District in California is now testing an innovative solution that may be a model for other administrators as they work to solve this multi-pronged problem.
This year's edition of Anxiety Disorders in the Classroom: An Action Guide to Identification, Evaluation, and Intervention details how to uncover and address anxiety in the school setting.
Most parents support teaching students collaboration, self-confidence, empathy and civic engagement though some are wary of the phrase 'social-emotional learning.'
One teen allegedly brought a gun to school in South Florida while seven students were arrested in one Texas city by police investigating threats against schools.
More than 10,000 people have signed a student-led petition to close all schools in surrounding Oakland County, Michigan, through winter break in the wake of the Oxford High School tragedy.