Included in the final report of the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission are calls for social-emotional learning, threat assessment, and mental health services in schools.


The U.S. Department of Education has said that Title IX protects students from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity, but advocates say a more specific federal law is necessary to provide certainty of students' legal rights.


The rate of low-income school lunch participants who also eat school breakfasts continued to climb, a report says.


The local elected official is concerned that the initiative, which focuses on improving outcomes for boys of color, may run afoul of federal law because it does not include girls.


The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation announced a $500 million commitment over the next decade toward ensuring all children can grow up at a healthy weight.


The rules for school fundraisers are a part of the Smart Snacks in Schools competitive foods rules, which went into effect July 1.


This weekly school climate roundup covers school climate, social and emotional development in the teen brain, school bullying efforts, and more.


California lawmakers have proposed eliminating a "personal belief" exemption from the state's vaccine requirements.


A small but growing number of school police are wearing body cameras to help address student civil rights concerns and to increase transparency about their actions.


Do we need a new way to determine what students are poor? Plus: the power of teachers to engage students, focusing on at-risk student populations, and privacy rights for suspected bullies.


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