More states are requiring schools to respond to cyberbullying, but it can be a challenging task for administrators. Here's what schools can learn from the recent high-profile online harassment of Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones.


A growth mindset may buffer students from the effects of poverty on academic achievement, Stanford researchers concluded after studying test scores and survey results for 168,000 Chilean students.


A Kentucky principal explains how his school adjusted its policies to address the needs of transgender students in this special Education Week video segment.


How can teachers address two recent high-profile police shootings and the death of five Dallas police officers in the classroom? Here are some resources.


Friday's lawsuit,the second multi-state action over federal guidance on transgender students, was filed in federal court in Nebraska.


A group of 13 states wants a court to halt the application of the Obama administration's guidance on transgender students until it considers whether the rule is a proper interpretation of Title IX.


Child nutrition advocates say a plan to fund school meals in three states with block grants would weaken federal nutrition programs and limit schools' ability to meet students' needs.


Charter schools should rework discipline policies and cut back on suspensions, U.S. Education Secretary John B. King Jr. will say at the National Charter School Conference in Nashville Tuesday.


Semi-automatic rifles like the AR-15, often used in mass shootings, are carried by some school police.


The Annie E. Casey Foundation's annual Kids Count Data Book cites improvements for teens, but notes that minorities still lag in several areas compared to their white peers.


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