From 2008 to 2010 the percentage of parents who were not planning to have their daughters vaccinated against HPV grew from about 40 percent to 44 percent.
A new report on school start times shows homeschooled students match best with researcher recommendations. That's in no small part because of the short commute.
A presidential commission is advising caution because, it says,children have nothing to gain from the anthrax vaccine testing in the short term, and they cannot legally consent to it.
While Connecticut regulations for school buildings set standards for school lighting and air quality, none address school safety.
A new set of briefs on topics including bullying, dropout prevention, and inclusion present the latest in research and best practice for effective school climate reform.
Schools must change for the juvenile justice system to change, advocates tell Congress and the president.
The new movie, "A Place at the Table," depicts the struggle for food among the impoverished.
Civil rights groups condemned the suspension of Pennsylvania students over what a school labeled a "very graphic and very vulgar" imitation of the Harlem Shake.
Reporters from across the state reviewed hundreds of records and found some schools conducted safety drills on Saturdays, not at all, or a year's worth in a day.
School gardens, open-plan kitchens, and indoor-outdoor eating spaces can nurture good eating habits and encourage students to get more physical activity.