In an effort to reduce bullying, investigators are looking at the association between the perpetration of bullying and internalized problems amongst US adolescents.
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There is a mental health crisis among California's youth. Studies show up to one in five students in the U.S. has a serious mental health need, yet in California too few of those affected receive... Read more »
For decades, Philadelphia’s liberal Mount Airy neighborhood has faced an uncomfortable truth: while the area is racially and economically integrated and proud of it, Mt. Airy’s public elementary... Read more »
The disproportionate school punishments for American Indian students highlighted in an ACLU report released Monday aren't new. They're reflected in previous federal data sets from throughout the... Read more »
A $5 million grant is being awarded to the Alaska Department of Education from the U.S. Department of Education Safe and Supportive Schools office.
Montana’s most disadvantaged students, especially Native American students, have missed a disproportionate number of school days due to out-of-school suspensions, referrals and arrests, according... Read more »
The Bangor School District is getting backlash from some city councilors about how high school students were recently told about another student's suicide.
Schools are trying new ways to keep waitlists down as more students seek counseling, but officials should be diligent when working with outside partners.
While Oklahoma’s 2018-19 School Report Card shows an increase in academic growth for elementary and middle school students, challenges remain in fully lifting the state’s preK-12 education.
Teaching kids about their brains helps them understand their behavior.
Students, teachers and administrators at Saugus High School returned to classrooms Monday morning, roughly two weeks after a school shooting in which a 16-year-old junior at the school opened fire... Read more »
San Diego County’s two largest cities are taking part in a nationwide initiative to ensure students in pursuit of postsecondary education have access to basic needs, such as food and housing.
The Associated Press gathered five years’ worth of data from 39 universities and find students receiving mental health treatment has grown by 35%.
All seven City Colleges of Chicago have their own food pantries, each in a dedicated space on campus; the last one opened at Olive-Harvey College in October. It’s a move that City Colleges... Read more »
Many schools are turning to highly visible "hardened" security measures. For example, at least eight states now have laws mandating active shooter drills in schools. But there's little research... Read more »
These few programs serve small numbers, however — and often at a high price.
Jefferson County Public Schools will expand its restorative practice efforts to another 20 schools before the start of the 2020-21 school year, the district announced Monday.
The U.S. Department of Education is out with a new version of its College Scorecard – an online tool meant to help students and families make more informed decisions about where to attend college... Read more »
The tool is the latest federal user-experience update for borrowers, arriving amid criticism over the agency’s response to the student-debt crisis.
A recent federal grant will benefit thousands of children in rural Big Bend schools — including hundreds of migrant farm-worker children who pass through the region in the summer and fall months... Read more »