As the rape trial begins for two Ohio high school football players, groups urge training in rape prevention for high school coaches.


One of the things that schools can expect is guidance from the Educational Facilities Clearinghouse on low-cost ways schools can improve security.


A bill would grant $550 million in federal funding for abstinence-only education, after a report found that young adults are responsible for half of all new cases of sexually transmitted infections.


Local school policies can get in the way, but there is promise in training for teachers and in schools' emphasis on social-emotional learning.


A demonstration by a 13-year-old offers a highlight at the South by Southwest Conference and reflects many of the event's core themes.


The district is the latest revealed to be under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education because of data showing students of some races are disciplined more harshly than peers of different races.


Food pantries have begun working with schools to provide students and families in need better access to food.


The three leaders are working on the national, city, and school level to improve students' experiences at school—and to get them there in the first place.


Background data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress add to the growing pile of evidence that student absenteeism can hamstring a district's performance on the test dubbed the "Nation's Report Card."


Judges held that a five-minute dog-sniff of student belongings in a classroom while students were not present did not violate the Fourth Amendment.


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