Elementary school students from a Chicago charter school journeyed more than 600 miles for a lesson on how children and teenagers changed the course of history in Birmingham--from the people who were there.
Zia Tollette, a student at Central High School in Little Rock, Ark., says the history of her school and the Little Rock Nine are strong reminders why it is so important to be engaged in politics.
Principals are a critical link between supporting teachers and student outcomes. Education Week explores some of the methods principals can utilize to help their students succeed.
Canadian teachers use a variety of methods to teach ELL and refugee children to read and write in English, with remarkable success.
Chicago public school's new CEO, Janice Jackson, wants to build on the district's positive academic gains and bring "trust" back to the system.
In the wake of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting, districts are grappling with how to keep students safe. Education Week looks at how a Texas district hopes to balance security and making sure students feel comfortable.
Within three years of arriving in Canada's public schools, children of new migrants do as well as native-born children.
The Washington demonstration brought two women together briefly: one a student from New Jersey, the other a nurse from Maryland. One white, one black. See how and why they connected.
Cleveland's efforts to encourage students to show up to school every day have reduced the district's chronic absenteeism rate from 50 percent to 30 percent over the last two years.
"I don't want my students to go to school in fear." "If we all band together, we can make change." Those were just some of the sentiments captured by Education Week at the March for Our Lives in Washington.