When 2 middle schoolers in your district die of a drug overdose within 2 days of each other, you need to strategize and build relationships.
Articles by Paul Katula
Support for charter schools and some other “school choice” initiatives has declined a bit, notably among black and Hispanic populations.
Violence on college campuses isn’t anything new, but when it brings a dose of white supremacy, colleges sometimes can’t deal with it.
The rocks in a “natural amphitheater” in Utah reveal clues as to how those structures were formed thousands or millions of years ago.
Opioid abuse has hit high schools, so educators in many states, incl. Maryland, stock schools with an emergency overdose antidote drug.
Grants that were aimed at developing programs to reduce teen pregnancy rates are being cut by Health & Human Services.
Chance the Rapper, an outspoken advocate for students in Chicago Public Schools, was the grand marshal at an annual parade for the school year.
Every chance we get, we’re looking at the sun ahead of the US eclipse on Aug. 21. Here’s a little info about the sun itself: it rotates as a gas, not a solid.
A man was killed and dozens injured in white supremacy protests today near the U. of Va. State of emergency.
The US has, once again, rattled its sabre, this time at Venezuela, a struggling dictatorship in South America that’s getting help from Russian oil.