Although Joseph Gauld has been an advocate of character education for decades, recent changes in K-12 federal policy may put a spotlight on his ideas.
Submit to Education Week's short story contest in honor of National Novel Writing Month.
The negative effects of school bullying can last long after childhood, says professor and author Ellen Walser deLara.
Though Banned Books Week ended on October 1, teachers and school librarians may deal with censorship issues at any point in a school year. How should they navigate them?
After recent shootings in Tulsa, Charlotte, and Columbus, how can educators talk to students about police violence and race?
After police shootings and continued unrest in Tulsa, Charlotte, and Columbus, how can educators best use resources to lead conversations with students about police violence, bias, and race?
As audiobooks continue to grow in popularity, how can schools use this reading medium to increase literacy for all students?
In For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood... and the Rest of Y'all Too, Christopher Emdin examines the white-savior narrative in urban schools and shows teachers how they can create a classroom environment that is respectful of black and brown culture.
Education Week reporters, editors, and staff share the best books they read this summer.
Graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang, the national ambassador for young people's literature, recommends his favorite YA books for summer reading.