Marketing tactics include targeted social media, fruit-flavored products, and sponsorship of youth events, the report says.


This week, we get a new take on the perennial argument about violence in video games, we hear about a few reasons why classrooms may seem a little more quiet than usual, we read about a possibly overzealous anti-bullying crusade, and more.


A report by a UCLA research center criticizes models that rely on nonprofit organizations to partner with schools and community services such as health clinics in order to provide services to at-risk students.


The passage follows years of debate and a marathon discussion on the statehouse floor.


Most schools are meeting a USDA mandate that requires increased access to drinking water at schools, though water consumption is still low, according to a new study.


An armed school guard and a principal helped subdue and arrest the attacker.


Do object lessons in sex education classes help students reflect on the emotional impact of physically intimate relationships? Or do they promote shame?


The USDA was instructed to create the rule under the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, which also mandated new nutrition standards for school meals.


Other suburban Connecticut districts have seen enrollment declines, but not as sharp as Newtown's.


This week, we learn something unexpected about the targets of bullying, we read about social media in schools, and we find a new way to tell mom and dad that it's really helpful when their kid buys a school lunch.


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