Are too few women going into STEM fields because too few girls are aware of opportunities in STEM? Or is there more going on?
Articles by Paul Katula
A school dist. in Pa. announced an out-of-court settlement that will allow a student club considered anti-abortion to exist.
A man who drunkenly killed a band student hours after she performed in the finals at Grand Nationals was sentenced today.
School board elections in Douglas Co., Colo., were contentious and expensive. Voucher candidates were defeated.
Overriding a veto, the IL General Assembly moved to protect the rights of students who borrow money for college.
“Personalized learning” using technology to pace lessons as each student masters content is the right idea, but so far, nobody’s cracked the code.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested after he posted a picture that appeared to threaten violence against a Md. high school.
A few tornadoes caused damaged buildings in the Midwest over the weekend. No serious injuries reported. Yes, in November.
A hashtag can be a powerful thing, a student from Bloomington, Ind., explains, esp. when it comes to sparking a social revolution.
A transgender boy at a Maryland h.s. wants the district, despite a lawsuit, to keep new policies that protect him from bullying.