At a daylong summit, officials and experts in education discussed how best to end bullying in schools.


The fourth annual anti-bullying summit, called "Keeping Kids Safe: Opportunities and Challenges in Bullying Prevention," is taking place today at the U.S. Department of Education.


Updated: Schools in Ferguson, Mo., have delayed the first day of school as the community continues to grapple with a police shooting of an unarmed teen there.


There's a right and a wrong way to discuss the public health issue, experts say.


The nationally representative survey, conducted on behalf of the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, asked adults about child health concerns in their community and across the country.


The Jennings school district cancelled school Monday after a night of looting and riots in the area, sparked by a police shooting of an unarmed African-American teen.


When parents encourage their children to ask "why?." kids may be more interested in science later in life. How can schools engage students who didn't have that experience?


A researcher in narcissism argues self-esteem boosting efforts in schools may have increased tolerance but reduced empathy in students.


This week, we read about how health affects learning, the importance of play in brain development, a counterintuitive approach to helping at-risk students, and more.


The cliché that shooters "just snapped" devalues the importance of risk assessment, a psychologist said at the American Psychological Association convention.


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