A study finds that students who wake up to check social media accounts during the night are more likely to report feeling tired constantly at school.


The University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health found that parents' top consideration for allowing a child to stay home was concern that the illness would get worse.


Through the Science Everywhere Innovation Challenge, teachers have an opportunity to receive funding for hands-on math and science projects that take place outside the classroom.


Computer adaptive assessments of the more 4,600 students who took part in the YMCA's Power Scholars Academy programs or PSA Camps in 2016 found that on average students made significant learning gains in math and reading.


This new grant competition sponsored by New York Life Foundation and Afterschool Alliance will provide awards to organizations that help students make the transition from middle school to high school.


A leader in the charter school movement says instead of focusing on facilities and increasing electives high schools should do more to ensure students graduate with college credit.


The majority of after-school programs surveyed by Afterschool Alliance indicated that finding qualified staff was the biggest barrier to offering students computer science.


Three school superintendents in California received the Summer Matters Superhero Award this month for their work to provide high quality summer learning opportunities for their students.


Through this program, students can choose whether or not to complete family-oriented weekly assignments.


The dog who inspired the curriculum lost a leg due to mistreatment from other dogs and neglect from his owner and provides a visual example of the ways bullying can do real harm.


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