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.
Chicago students are allying with Parkland's student activists to amplify their calls for gun reform. Hear Chicago students describe, in their own words, how they deal with the daily threat of gun violence.
Disagreements over how, and whether, to teach climate change are playing out in state legislatures across the nation.
Education Week provides an update from Puerto Rico on where the U.S. territory's schools stand several months after Hurricane Maria.
14-year-old Emma Yang spoke to reporters about an app she developed to help Alzheimer's patients recognize their loved ones.
States that rank high on Quality Counts' scorecard of the nation's schools share common strengths when it comes to supporting their education systems.
Educators are cashing in selling lesson plans online. But some worry about unintended consequences, like fewer free resources and less professional collaboration.
In this video, principal Lisa Benedetti-Ramzi explains why it's necessary for schools to add creativity to STEM learning, and how her school was able to include a STEAM block in the schedule.
Travis Bouldin, a world history teacher at Ron Brown College Prep in Washington, D.C., shares his perspective on how a culturally inclusive approach to teaching can help students overcome societal hurdles.