In this first of three videos, two school nurses discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has upended their profession.
Feelings of depression, unhappiness, and disconnection are rising among America's youth as the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, according to a survey of 3,300 teenagers.
Following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, high school students nationwide have organized and participated in protests against police brutality and racism. Education Week Video spoke with 16 high school students from across the country who are engaging with their communities.
The massive nationwide protests against police violence and racial inequality mark a historical moment that is coming on the cusp of adulthood for many teenagers belonging to a generation that has been flexing its activism over climate change and gun control.
Football, wrestling and competitive cheer pose a high risk for COVID-19 spread, while swimming and golf are at the low end of the risk scale developed by a national panel.
Anne Thiebeau didn't want her students to miss out on seeing the chicken and duck eggs they had been incubating hatch, so she broadcast the hatchings from her bathroom and laundry room.
Sharing moments of levity and hope from the education world amid the mass disruption of schooling and life from the coronavirus.
Most teachers and district leaders in the EdWeek Research Center survey expressed concern about students receiving mental health services during the shutdown. The more low-income students a school serves, the more concerned educators were.
Even before the coronavirus arrived, schools were concerned about the negative health effects of e-cigarettes on students. Here's one more reason to worry.
Despite being at lower risk of getting seriously ill with COVID-19, most teenagers are worried about the coronavirus and the effect it could have on themselves and their families.