This week, we read about diversity, bias, school completion, and more.
Researchers say marijuana use didn't grow more significantly in states that legalized marijuana for medicinal purposes than it did elsewhere.
A new report by the Brookings Institution finds more poor people are living in the suburbs than in rural or urban areas, a shift that has taken place since 2000.
A survey released this week by AASA, the School Superintendents Association, and the Children's Defense Fund explores how superintendents view discipline in their districts.
Some states are making a statement about new federal nutrition rules for school snacks by exempting large numbers of fundraisers from the standards.
The U.S. Department of Education recently granted religious exemptions from Title IX's protections for transgender students to three private colleges. Here's how that relates to K-12 schools.
The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights issued guidance about schools' treatment of pregnant students in 2013.
This week, we start with pep talk from Kid President and then we read about leaders' attitudes about diversity, children's attitudes about race, zero-tolerance policies, viral selfies, and more.
The effort fits into a larger national picture of schools taking a closer look at how student wellness affects academic success.
Like all discussions about school food lately, the latest Congressional hearing on child nutrition reauthorization focused on whether schools have struggled to meet new federal nutrition rules.