This week features a fun new video from your favorite Kid President, a discussion of race and language from Gawker, and a frank discussion about frank discussions from The Atlantic.
Will putting pressure on the private sector help change the way kids eat?
School resource officers in Maize, Kan., school district issue tickets to students for using profanity, a practice students have questioned.
The number of students who eat breakfast at school continues to grow as federal, state, and local agencies implement initiatives to encourage participation, a report finds.
Under a state law passed in 2011, school officials documented 1,431 cases of bullying across the Nutmeg State during the 2012-13 school year.
Chris Christie, birth order, and Oklahoma—here's what you might have missed in news and thoughts related to student engagement, school climate, and the world that affects them.
A new study shows that friendships aren't determined by gender, but boys and girls think they are anyway.
Students who pay for their lunches with debit cards are less likely to hit purchase limits and more likely to buy unhealthy foods, a study found.
As school lockdowns become more common, how should schools discuss them with students? Plus, a Missouri reporter causes a lockdown while investigating school security measures.
Kansas officials had investigated the plot since December.