A large proportion of American children are exposed to violence and assaults, and the developmental consequences can be great, a new survey shows.


Meanwhile, Sandy Hook's 450 kindergarten through 4th grade students will keep attending classes at a converted Chalk Hill Middle in nearby Monroe, Conn.


One study has found that about 16 percent of high school students reported being electronically bullied; another says far fewer students are bullied in cyberspace.


A proposed change to ESEA would allow money set aside for teacher and principal training to be used specifically for social and emotional learning programs.


Black students in the Brevard County, Fla., school district make up 15 percent of the student population, but accounted for 30 percent of suspensions.


The rape of a teenager by two Steubenville, Ohio, high school football players drove a national coaches association to tackle the issue.


Researchers continue to strengthen the link between positive school climates and student achievement.


The 16 Race to the Top district winners will pair with community partners to work on social, emotional, and behavioral lessons.


The proposal would provide loans to buy new equipment, give schools grants for small projects and equipment, and improve training and technical assistance for cafeteria workers.


In a new series of briefs, the American Educational Research Association examines what we do and don't know about bullying.


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