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September 18, 2020

Is Online Learning Worse Than Being in School? Majority of Teens Say Yes

Even so, only 19 percent of teenagers say that instruction should be fully in-person this fall.

August 06, 2020

How a Summer Learning and Sports Program Adapted to the Pandemic

Leaders at DREAM's REAL Kid's New York summer academic and baseball program decided early on to move the program online. To do that, they relied on their core principle: the value of being on a team.

June 11, 2020

'The World Is Watching Us': High School Students Reflect on Police Brutality Protests

Following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, high school students nationwide have organized and participated in protests against police brutality and racism. Education Week Video spoke with 16 high school students from across the country who are engaging with their communities.

June 01, 2020

Which High School Sports Pose the Greatest Risk for Coronavirus Spread?

Football, wrestling and competitive cheer pose a high risk for COVID-19 spread, while swimming and golf are at the low end of the risk scale developed by a national panel.

May 11, 2020

Stories to Make You Smile: Livestreaming Chicks Hatching in a Teacher's Bathroom

Anne Thiebeau didn't want her students to miss out on seeing the chicken and duck eggs they had been incubating hatch, so she broadcast the hatchings from her bathroom and laundry room.

April 08, 2020

Stories to Make You Smile: Shining Stadium Lights to Honor High School Seniors

Sharing moments of levity and hope from the education world amid the mass disruption of schooling and life from the coronavirus.

January 24, 2020

Are the Trump Administration's Latest Rules for School Meals All Bad? 3 Things Schools Need to Know

Education Week spoke to two district nutrition directors and one child nutrition expert to discuss the most important changes to come from USDA's new rules for school meals.

December 20, 2019

Teenagers See Climate Change as a Threat, But Aren't as Clear on Its Causes

Sixty-two percent of teenagers correctly identified driving cars and trucks as a major contributor to climate change, while 57 percent incorrectly cited plastic bottles and bags, according to a survey by the Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation.

November 26, 2019

4 Questions for a Student Gun-Reform Activist

Alanna Miller organized her Dallas' high school's national walkout in protest of gun violence after the mass school shooting in Parkland, Fla. Now a college freshman, Miller said the high-profile pressure to change policies on guns and other issues, along with the voting power of youth, is making lawmakers "a little scared."

March 25, 2019

5 Ways One Middle School Is Making Itself More Student-Centered

Through a series of changes—both philosophical and practical—Principal Hamish Brewer and his team are working to make Fred M. Lynn Middle School in Prince William County, Va., a place where students' needs drive every decision they make. Here are five things they've already done to move toward that goal.

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