Issues important to LGBT students are too often ignored in school sex education classes, a coalition of advocacy groups said.


Title IX only protects students from discrimination on the basis of biological sex, not gender identity, a group of states said in a legal brief. The U.S. Department of Education disagrees.


The principal of an elementary school located near a police precinct where five protesters were shot this week reassured her students in an emotional morning announcement.


California districts have significantly reduced suspensions in recent years, with totals dropping from from 709,580 suspensions in 2011-12 to 503,101 in 2013-14.


Draft language for a new Elementary and Secondary Education Act seems to open the door for the use of noncognitive factors and student engagement in state accountability systems. But researchers say measures of such traits are imperfect.


The number of homeless children dropped 5.8 percent in 2015, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates. But others question that figure.


Colorado's Safe2Tell anonymous tip line is seeking to expand to other states. The tip line, founded in 2004, is credited with stopping hundreds of planned school attacks and thousands of possible suicides.


As part of a proposal, suspensions would be used as a last resort for pre-K-2nd grade students in the Houston district. The district will focus on training staff in positive engagement and de-escalation techniques.


Social-emotional learning programs give students a comfortable, familiar way to discuss difficult events, be they local or international, teachers say.


Some Los Angeles teachers say that new discipline policies that reduce suspensions are creating chaos in the classroom. What should states and districts do when making such changes?


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