Instead of using technology for cyberbullying, many teens and tweens in the US are using it to promote nice words about their classmates and schools. Nice it forward!!
A special education major was named the student laureate at the University of Illinois, Urbana, and she says her time at Hinsdale South High School in Darien really set her on a good path.
A very eloquent objection to many school reforms sweeping the country was entered onto the record in Knox County, Tenn., by Ethan Young, a student. Our response follows.
We asked Pam Reilly, the 2014 Illinois Teacher of the Year, a few questions about teaching and the reasons she has followed the profession.
Should scheduling conflicts cause by exams that will be field tested for the Common Core supersede a high school exit exam at one Maryland middle school?
Baltimore County Public Schools will hold a Magnet Expo Saturday in Timonium in order to show parents and students in its schools what the magnet programs have to offer.
A spontaneous and unrehearsed video will open the eyes of the corporate reform movement about how to measure teacher quality.
We update our advertising policy for the 2013-14 school year, not because we’re changing anything, but because we’d like you to know where we stand on this issue.
Saying prayers at school board meetings is one thing, but when a student speaks on his own from the stage at graduation, we tend to understand where he’s coming from.
Early June saw the publication of two documents that are remarkably similar in terms of what they call for. One was written by education professionals, the other by third graders in New York.
The GRAMMY Foundation gave Neuqua Valley High School its top honor for a school last month. One trumpeter provides a clue about how the Music Department achieves at such a high level.
2 NY teachers taught a lesson about the Declaration of Independence using a large scroll modeled after the document in that it was intended to tell a government about the wrongs being inflicted on its subjects.
A student from one of the nation’s best high school music programs, at least if the GRAMMY Foundation has anything to say about it, says her teachers make music come alive.
Not too many words we can say about this one—just prayers. Support staff, resource staff, art and music teachers, and many nurses will be gone if the approved budget doesn’t get reversed.