But school-based treatments do appear to more effective than others.
A new study suggests helping teenagers understand how people change in different situations can reduce their own hostility.
Can asking children to speak in class trigger emotional trauma? Some parents say yes.
The Cleveland, Ohio, district now heeds the early signs students may be in trouble, revamped in-school suspension, and installed a social-emotional learning program for all elementary students.
Social skills training can improve social and emotional development for special-needs children, according to a new review by the What Works Clearinghouse.
A U.S. Department of Education event focused on human trafficking and how schools can help combat the exploitation of children.
Investigators for the state Senate find that oversight of districts' use of federal and state meal subsidies is woefully inadequate.
A series of Education Week articles in recent months highlights some districts' approaches to shifting away from out-of-school suspension and expulsion.
Harassment dropped sharply as students who identified themselves as lesbian, gay, or bisexual progressed from middle school to adulthood.
The changes are parallel to shifts in USDA rules about school meals that took effect this school year and would exempt occasional fundraising events such as bake sales.