Mitchell Elementary School Principal Stephanie Andrewlevich is betting on her students, and if she wins, she could be out $3,300.
A recent study reveals students who are bullied by their classmates are far more likely to bring a weapon to school, and it highlights the risk factors that can predict such incidents.
Valor Collegiate Academies is crediting a sharp focus on social and emotional learning (SEL) for students’ astonishing academic success, which propelled its Tennessee schools to the top 1 percent of all middle schools in the state in its first year.
Sue-Ann Rosch founded the Community School for Social Justice in the South Bronx, where administrators used advisory groups to craft a Restorative Justice Model for student discipline and address rising student suspensions and chronic absences in a violent inner-city neighborhood.
The University of Chicago’s Consortium on School Research recently summarized three decades of research on how students learn into a three minute video that stresses the importance of “noncognitive factors” for success in school and life.
A series of reports by Education Week is highlighting how automation and a possible “robot apocalypse” could impact the way schools educate students for the future, and how the outcome of many of the moral dilemmas that await the next generation will depend on how well schools instill good character.
Teachers organization wants state’s school safety focus on restorative justice, not increased security
Kevin Hickerson, president of the Fairfax, Virginia teachers union, is urging state lawmakers to focus on restorative justice, rather than additional security measures, to keep students safe in schools.
A Canadian graduate student at Cape Breton University is studying whether youth programs in her community are helping students develop social and emotional skills.
The price of academic honors: how schools, teachers, and students are navigating class rank
When Idaho mother Amanda Reallan arrived at Hayden Meadows Elementary to pick up her kids after school one day last month, what she witnessed compelled her to take a photo and post it online.
Sociologist Jeffrey Guhin weighs in on the recent PDK poll, suggesting alternatives for increasing civic engagement
Randy Ark, an advocate for military veterans in Springfield, Ohio, is commending local welding students for supporting the men and women in uniform who fought for their freedoms.