Some of the character traits the Golden State Warriors coach emphasizes on the court can also helps students succeed in the classroom, research shows.


The U.S. Department of Education has directed civil rights investigators to find ways to address transgender students' concerns of harassment and bullying while bypassing complaints about facilities.


After years of growth, the number of children who eat federally subsidized free summer meals has declined, a new report finds. How does your state stack up?


Texas lawmakers have struggled to reach an agreement on a so-called "bathroom bill," which would regulate access to school restrooms and locker rooms for transgender students. They will take up the issue in a special session.


A quick text message can help families locate nearby federally supported summer-meals sites, which are designed to meet the nutritional needs of children who rely on school lunches and breakfasts during the school year.


Done well, community schools can be an effective school improvement strategy, a new research brief says.


School police departments in Georgia hire police officers who were fired from previous jobs or who "resigned under the cloud of an investigation" at twice the rate of other local police departments, an investigation found.


U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was sharply questioned on federal civil rights enforcement in private schools that receive vouchers during a Wednesday congressional hearing.


When the North Allegheny district took a bold approach to school wellness, starting with its teachers. The ambitious plan included challenging teachers to run a local marathon in relay teams.


The deadliest school attack in U.S. history wasn't a shooting; it was a bombing. And it happened 90 years ago.


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