The Maryland General Assembly convenes tomorrow for its legislative session this year. Education leads the agenda in some ways.
Articles by Paul Katula
Karen Lewis’s obituary was published online briefly due to an error in the publishing system at the Sun-Times.
About 3 in 5 schools that include 7th grade in the US don’t have a class called “chemistry,” Education Week says. Here’s why.
Wind chill is reported as temperature. That’s not exactly the right unit, but since that’s what people understand, that makes news.
Bullied students often find themselves alone at lunch, but an app tries to reduce the harmful effects of being an outcast at the lunch table.
That body on the ground outside the high school isn’t what you think. Please don’t call the office. Cool science, though.
Stocks continue to climb, with the Dow Jones reaching the latest 1000-point milestone faster than any other 1000-point mark.
The #MeToo movement isn’t over yet, not by a long shot. Everywhere, including in high schools, women and men are just starting to get it.
Illinoisans can apply for a new tax credit when they donate up to $1 mil to private school scholarships; the change has its critics.
Learning important life skills in school would be far superior to learning the different types of clouds, an IL student explains.