A bipartisan bill would provide public support for Colorado's anonymous system for reporting possible acts of school violence.

An organization that represents school-based police says it concurs with new federal guidance that says officers should not be involved in routine disciplinary issues.

The U.S. departments of Education and Justice have issued new guidance on how school leaders can ensure that discipline polices comply with federal civil rights laws. They also urged alternatives to "exclusionary" penalties like suspension and expulsion.

Chicago schools find themselves closed for another weather-related difficulty, but it's just one more woe for a district continually struggling with attendance.

A $1.9 million Project School Emergency Response to Violence grant will help continue recovery efforts in the Connecticut school district.

A California judge has ruled that the state must accept all the signatures from a petition that seeks a referendum reversing the law.

The serving rules, now eased, were a frequent target of complaints from both congress members and cafeteria workers.

A court ruling backs the ability of school administrators and security personnel to rely on anonymous tips to thwart potential school violence.

Data, guns, and grit made our list of issues to watch in 2014 that could affect the lives of students during the school day.

Researchers say updating parents on their children's eating habits at school is a cheap, quick way to encourage healthy choices.

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