A Wisconsin district won't discipline students who appeared to do a Nazi salute in a viral photo. Can schools discipline students for off-campus speech?
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos released a long anticipated rewrite of federal Title IX guidance Friday that allows schools to raise the bar on what evidence is needed to prove claims of sexual assault and harassment.
The Food and Drug Administration announced aggressive steps aimed at curbing teen vaping and smoking Thursday, including restrictions on flavored and menthol products that may be especially appealing to minors.
Experts say schools can play a critical role in preventing suicide through education, support, and relationship building. This video explores one Virginia high school's approach.
Details revealed by the state commission investigating the shooting fit in with a larger pattern in which officials from law enforcement, mental health agencies, and schools appear to have missed possible warning signs related to Cruz.
Under pressure from federal regulators and the public, Juul Labs says aims to slow teenagers' use of its wildly popular e-cigarette product by changing the way it markets and sells the device. Principals say student vaping creates concerns for schools.
A photo of students raising a Nazi salute spread quickly online Monday, sparking outrage from educators and even provoking a response from the Auschwitz Memorial.
Education Week and NPR returned to check in on Ron Brown College Prep, a school for young men of color in the nation's capital to see how the school's unique approach is working as its student body grows.
High school and college students around the country are organizing class walkouts on election day Tuesday. How should schools respond? Here's some guidance.
After a school shooting in North Carolina, frustrated parents struggled to reunite with their children. The incident spotlights the importance of incorporating reunification plans into school crisis response.