Chapel Hill may be a college town, but government officials and owners of restaurants and bars are working to prevent underage drinking at off-campus establishments.
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Last year, Elkhart Elementary’s full-time psychologist kept busy working with students with special needs who she was required to help.
To fight the youth vaping epidemic and help students avoid alcohol and other harmful substances, the Douglas County Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (DCYSAPC) and Douglas County School... Read more »
National Blue Ribbon Schools are special places, each unique to their communities, their students, their staff, and their leaders and are producing outstanding results for all their students... Read more »
The Texas A&M system is using ReUp Education to find students who stopped out and to help them re-enroll and graduate.
College and university presidents and trustees, as leaders of their institutions, have the power to send a powerful message that their schools are committed to student safety, well-being, and... Read more »
The hallways at South Portland High School were buzzing last week with talk of the mystery disease that has struck hundreds of young adults who vape. Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram have been... Read more »
At McEachern High School in the Cobb County School District, teachers have the option to change their approach to discipline by writing kids up for positive behaviors instead of just focusing on... Read more »
New York City schools are the safest they’ve been in years, according to data released Tuesday in the 2019 Mayor’s Management Report.
With millions of children counted “chronically absent” each year, a new report argues that educators can improve attendance by first making their schools more welcoming places to attend.
A group of students gathered on the front steps of the Hatcher Graduate Library on Friday evening for Breaking the Silence of Stigma on Mental Health, an event meant to address how stigma... Read more »
"Basically having everybody come who was bullied and who wasn't bullied to just be happy together and we can explain to them it's not good to bully," Shanylah said.
The "Feel Good" Wellness Tailgate was put on in the Mt. Pleasant High School (MPHS) gym in order to help promote mental health awareness.
A new audit finds Colorado spent nearly $75 million over the last couple years on a dozen different school safety programs but there is no coordination among them.
Fewer than one in five students who go part time will graduate within even eight years.
Here's what students should ask about a college's efforts to promote health and well-being.
As Deborah Thomas is being recognized for her success in the classroom, she's pushing for mental health to be a focus at the statehouse.
As California this month expanded a statewide ban on suspending younger students for defiant behavior, lessons on how this increasingly sweeping school discipline reform may play out can be found... Read more »
Students at San Diego Unified have dramatically differing views of how well their schools’ environments set them up to succeed.