The latest news on K-12 education
High schoolers who don't get enough shut-eye are more likely to drink, use drugs, and be depressed.
Students studying math and science say they decided to pursue the fields as early as middle school.
America’s largest youth organization unveiled a new public service announcement campaign Wednesday.
Helmed by a best-selling author, a nonprofit with 826 writing centers lets inner-city students be heard.
Students who performed well on sixth grade tests didn't necessarily maintain that level by 10th grade.
The North Carolina district improved the most over the past three years among large, urban systems.
There is a wide gap in bullying rates estimated by parents and students.
The American Jobs Act would provide $60 billion to modernize schools and retain teachers.
Many high school districts experiment with tablet computers in the classroom.
Virginia becomes the latest state to require financial literacy for graduation.