Educator and author Mary Gordon believes babies are the “Roots of Empathy,” and her nonprofit by that name is reducing bad behaviors in classrooms across the globe, with help from those who can’t help themselves.
Stuart Maddox learned a lot about bullying growing up in a children’s home. Now a professional boxer, Maddox is working with schools in his native United Kingdom to create guides about bullying and other social issues facing students.
The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program is showing positive results in numerous U.S. schools, saving thousands of students from bullying over two years, a new study shows.
For some, the advancement of digital technologies and their rapid adoption has created a moral crisis for individuals as well as broader society. For others, they present an opportunity to tackle moral concerns on a global scale.
Teachers, faculty and parents familiar with the Dismantling Racism curriculum at Bowman Elementary School are urging the Lexington, Massachusetts school committee to expand the program across the district.
When leaders of Alabama’s Russell County/ Phenix City NAACP received a tip about a video of local students chanting racist lyrics, including the phrase “to hell with the NAACP,” it didn’t go over very well.
A new Education Week survey of principals across the United States shows many are struggling to control the negative impact of student social media use on the learning environment.
Principals and school leaders across the country have mixed feelings about technology, with concerns about devices distracting students at home and optimism about personalized learning and computer science enhancing education at school.
A civil jury in Saratoga County, New York is considering whether officials at Oliver W. Winch Middle School and South Glen Falls school district is liable for the suicide of a 13-year-old student who was relentlessly bullied.