A once-utopian idea – allowing kids to ‘discover’ their own education path while learning at home – goes mainstream.
Princeton launches a website where academics discuss President Woodrow Wilson's complex legacy with students and staff, after protesters called to rename buildings and schools that honor him.
The Okay, Okla., district put up signs on campus this week alerting visitors that school employees can be armed and 'may use whatever force is necessary to protect our students.' Do such policies promote a sense of security or unease?
Thirty years after the space shuttle Challenger broke apart following takeoff, killing educator Christa McAuliffe and six astronauts, Ms. McAuliffe's memory lives on through her teaching legacy.
In addition to paying out $950,000 dollars to Erica Kinsman and her attorneys, the school has agreed to launch a five-year initiative to promote sexual assault awareness and prevention.
Melissa Click, the University of Missouri mass media professor who asked that a student reporter be forcefully removed from a campus protest in November, now faces a misdemeanor assault charge.
Teachers in Detroit have held a series of sick-outs to protest working conditions in the city’s schools, keeping thousands of students at home. A judge on Monday will consider the district’s bid to halt the absences.
Parents in West Allegheny, Pa., say the anti-bullying workshop had the opposite effect of that intended.
Maryland's Howard County will soon keep schools closed in observance of the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha.
Detroit teachers, who are protesting 'inhuman' school conditions, appreciate Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan's sympathy. But they care more about getting the Michigan governor's attention.
More than half of the city's public schools were forced to close on Monday, as teachers participated in a sickout to call attention to what they say are health and safety violations.