Former Education Week blogger Marilyn Anderson Rhames begins a series of reviews on the books that have changed her life as an educator. First up, advice for teachers on how to be more politically involved from author Celine Coggins.
For the second year in a row, readers of Education Week share the best books they've read this summer in response to a Twitter poll.
Education Week opinion bloggers share their favorite summer reading recommendations for the second year in a row.
Nine lessons in civility from Paddington Bear
Journalist Peggy Orenstein says parents and schools need to speak more openly with youths, especially young women, about sex.
For families hoping to encourage reading with their kids, teachers wanting to improve their students' reading levels, or friends looking to expand their reading habits, book clubs are a helpful way to meet a variety of needs.
Early-childhood education often neglects the importance of play. Educator and author Erika Christakis explains why we need to rethink the purpose of preschool.
At the Annual Association of Writers and Writing Programs, Walter Mosley, Jacqueline Woodson, and others told us which books they loved as kids and why.
How are children reading in a digital era? A survey by Scholastic asked more than 2,000 parents and children about their reading habits in 2016.
After principal Nadia Lopez founded Mott Hall Bridges Academy in New York City, her commitment to her students' success earned national recognition from then-President Barack Obama. What did the experience teach her?