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In a year in which two mass shootings devastated America's schools, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions used a speech to a national gathering of school police to highlight a different topic entirely: immigration.


One-by-one, experts speaking to a federal school safety commission addressed factors commonly blamed for school shootings: bullying, mental health issues, violent video games, and media coverage.


This video explores how one school district weaves student voice into its social-emotional learning efforts.


A group of 12 state education leaders will collaborate to identify "promising practices to stem the far too frequent incidences of school violence," the Council of Chief State School Officers announced Tuesday.


When a student is grieving a suicide death or when suicide is in the news, conversations with adults can be crucial, suicide prevention experts say.


Of the 20 million children who ate free and reduced-price school lunches during the 2016-17 school year, only one out of seven participated in free summer meal programs, a report finds.


A $100 million gift announced Tuesday will allow the Sanford Harmony social-emotional learning program to make its programs available for free to pre-k through sixth-grade students nationwide.


Social-emotional learning is appealing to schools, but adopting the strategy can present some challenges, this video explains.


A local task force unveiled 90 pages of safety recommendations for Broward County, Fla., schools Monday in response to a Feb. 14 school shooting in the district's Stoneman Douglas High School.


Student who launched a youth movement for stronger gun laws after surviving a mass shooting at their Parkland, Fla., high school announced Monday plans for a nationwide tour aimed at registering young voters.


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