High Court Rules in Online Threat, Religious Rights Cases - Education Week

A pair of U.S. Supreme Court decisions deal with issues playing out in schools as much as in the rest of society. Read More

Urban Districts Embrace Social-Emotional Learning - Education Week

Researchers are measuring the impacts of social-emotional learning programs in eight big-city school districts. Read More

Nevada Statute Supercharges School Choice - Education Week

A broad new law will give parents near-total control over how state education dollars are spent on their children, through education savings accounts. Read More

Survey: Student Success Calls for More Than Academic Skills - Education Week

Educators agree that social-emotional learning is important, but teachers and school leaders have different perceptions about how well students are faring. Read More

School Nutrition - Education Week

More low-income children ate at federally subsidized summer meals sites in summer 2014, continuing a trend of growth in participation that started a few years before, a new report says. Read More

Parent Engagement on Rise as Priority for Schools, Districts - Education Week

As districts adopt formal efforts to integrate parents into the fabric of their schools, advocates welcome a shift away from seeing parent-engagement efforts as just an add-on. Read More

Student Insights Guiding Districts on Policy and Practice - Education Week

Asking students for their input on how to improve education increases engagement and contributes to a healthier school climate, district leaders and researchers say. Read More

School Security - Education Week

More schools reported training students for active shooter situations and using security cameras, electronic notification systems, and anonymous reporting tools in the 2013-14 school year than four years earlier, and the rate of violent incidents at schools fell during that time. Read More

Early Years - Education Week

Preschool-age children at child-care centers need far more opportunities for physical activity, suggests a study. Read More

As School Day Grows, Ties Deepen Between Schools, Providers - Education Week

Expanded-learning initiatives are pushing educators and outside groups to collaborate in new, more integrated ways. Read More

Child Well-Being - Education Week

While rates of suicide dropped for white children over the last two decades, they climbed significantly for black children, a new study has found. Read More

Demand for Summer Jobs Outstrips Opportunities - Education Week

The seasonal job market for teenagers is showing signs of improving, but inner-city youths still face slim employment opportunities. Read More

Spanish-Language Spelling Bees Catch On Around the U.S. - Education Week

Spellers from across the country will compete for the championship title later this month at the fifth annual National Spanish Spelling Bee in Albuquerque, N.M. Read More

K-12 Issues Within Broad Sweep of Recent High Court Rulings - Education Week

Even when the U.S. Supreme Court is not weighing education-specific cases, many of its decisions reach into the schools—and the 2014-15 term was no exception. Read More

Noncognitive Skills - Education Week

A new report seeks to distill reams of research and insights from practitioners to help identify the cognitive and noncognitive traits students need to succeed in life. Read More

Rhode Island Mandates Student HPV Vaccine - Education Week

Seventh-graders in all public and private schools in Rhode Island are now required to get the HPV vaccine. Read More

School Safety - Education Week

Fewer high school students reported being in physical fights, being victimized, or carrying weapons in school in 2013, according to the latest edition of a federal report. Read More

Child Well-Being - Education Week

Children have seen improvement on measures of health and education nationally over the past five years, but indicators in economic well-being and "family and community" still lag, according to an annual report. Read More

Schools as Society Surrogate: A Course to Cure Every Ill? - Education Week

School Nutrition - Education Week

School food workers say they need more training and resources to keep up with changes made in the wake of new nutrition standards created under the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act. Read More

School Improvement - Education Week

Efforts to provide wraparound social and emotional supports in Massachusetts schools may have given elementary students a boost in reading and math achievement, according to a report. Read More

New York Bans Smoking Near After-School Sites - Education Week

The law signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, is intended to protect children from secondhand smoke at public and private schools. Read More

Lawsuit: Calif. Fails to Offer Equal P.E. to Minorities - Education Week

According to the complaint, a number of recent studies have found that black and minority students "are systematically denied quality physical education and are less physically fit than other students in California public schools." Read More

High Schools Should Start Later, Report Says - Education Week

Too many high schools and middle schools begin classes too early in the day, according to a report published by the federal Centers for Disease Control. Read More

Charleston Schools Bar Confederate Flag Images - Education Week

Students may no longer wear clothing, jewelry, or other apparel bearing the image of the Confederate flag, local media report. Read More

After Legalization of Marijuana, Colo. Regroups on Drug-Free - Education Week

With changing attitudes about recreational marijuana, state officials are renewing efforts to get teens to stay away from it. Read More

After Legalization of Marijuana, Colo. Regroups on Drug-Free Message - Education Week

With changing attitudes about recreational marijuana, state officials are renewing efforts to get teens to stay away from it. Read More

School Discipline - Education Week

Southern states contribute heavily to national trends of disproportionately high rates of discipline for black students in public schools, a new study found. Read More

Teachers Nurture Growth Mindsets in Math - Education Week

Despite skepticism from some parts of the mathematics field, new strategies are emerging for teachers to help students develop positive learning attitudes toward math. Read More

Religious Behavioral Norms Carry Over to Classrooms - Education Week

New Illinois Law to Prompt Changes in Discipline Policies - Education Week

School districts are expected to rewrite policies to limit the use of suspensions and expulsions under a statute championed by student groups. Read More

Special Education - Education Week

Parents—not teachers—are the ones primarily pushing to have children assessed for attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder, finds the CDC. Read More

Board Members Quit in Wake of New Transgender Policy - Education Week

Two board members did not cite reasons for their resignations, and a third cited "strained philosophical differences," local media reported. Read More

Rural Education - Education Week

Eligible rural children are less likely to take part in federal meals programs than their urban peers, finds a new study. Read More

Teens Need More Sleep, But Districts Struggle to Shift Start Times - Education Week

Transportation costs and family schedules are among the factors that make changing school start times tough for educators. Read More

KIPP Students Found to Have Edge in Academics But Not Attitude - Education Week

A final evaluation of KIPP finds that its schools continue to have a positive impact on student achievement, even as the network expands. Read More

Ferguson Commission Urges K-12 Changes to Combat Inequities - Education Week

The panel called for focusing on "whole-child" issues and overhauling the way the state handles unaccredited school districts. Read More

Measuring Grit, Character Draw New Investments - Education Week

The Walton Family Foundation is backing research on how to better measure noncognitive skills. Read More

Seattle Stops Suspensions for Elementary Students - Education Week

Starting this school year, the one-year moratorium ends out-of-school suspensions for disruptive conduct, rule-breaking, and disobedience. Read More

Are Healthier School Lunches Slowed by District Red Tape? - Education Week

Special Education Directors Brace for Fresh Guidance - Education Week

The wave of federal documents is likely to continue in the coming months, lawyers who work on special education issues told those attending a conference in Baltimore. Read More

Student Mobility - Education Week

Changing schools often in the earliest grades puts students at a significant risk of poor math performance and critical-thinking skills in upper elementary school, according to a new study. Read More

California Blazes Trail With New Sex Education Mandates - Education Week

A pair of new laws includes a requirement that students learn about affirmative sexual consent, known as "yes means yes." Read More

Florida Board Settles Suit Over Principal Hypnotist - Education Week

The families of three high school students who died after being hypnotized by a former principal will receive $200,000 each from a Florida district under a settlement approved last week. Read More

White House Initiative to Target Absenteeism - Education Week

The Obama administration last week launched an initiative aimed at reducing chronic absenteeism in public schools. Read More

Student Bullying - Education Week

Even a basic state anti-bullying law is associated with significantly lower in-person and cyber-bullying reported in schools, according to a new study. Read More

USDA Efforts on School Lunches Include Resources on Nutrition - Education Week

School Hygiene - Education Week

School and college restrooms get used for way more than the traditional potty break, and in some ways that may contribute to illness on campus, according to a new survey. Read More

Migrant Students - Education Week

The tens of thousands of unaccompanied school-age children and youths who crossed the U.S.-Mexican border in the spring and summer of 2014 had vastly different educational experiences depending on where they settled, according to a report. Read More

The Adolescent Brain Subject of Long-Term Federal Study - Education Week

The National Institutes of Health will dedicate $300 million over the next decade to launch the largest, most comprehensive study to date of how children’s brains develop during adolescence. Read More

Schools Enlist Parents to Bridge Cultural Barriers - Education Week

Newer efforts to bring families of minority students into the classroom are eye-opening for both parents and teachers. Read More

Poverty Continues to Harm Students After Early Ed. Intervention Ends - Education Week

Buffalo Struggles to Respond to Feds Over Access to Best Schools - Education Week

The federal government is demanding more answers from school officials about how they plan to resolve allegations of discriminatory admissions practices at their better schools. Read More

Injured Football Player Gets $2 Million From Fla. District - Education Week

The family of a high school football player who suffered a serious brain injury is getting a $2 million settlement from the Hillsborough County school board in Florida. Read More

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