Should students be allowed to distribute fliers promoting a religious event that takes place before school but on school grounds?
Free children’s books are coming to kids in Baltimore and more than 500 other communities, thanks to a partnership between a teacher union and First Book, a Washington-based nonprofit.
A speed limit of 55 mph on the Illinois tollway may actually make the road more dangerous, especially for new drivers, a k a teenagers fresh out of driver’s ed.
New indictments were handed down against a school superintendent and three other adults in connection with the rape convictions of two Ohio high school football stars.
A 1st Amendment case over the religious expression right will come before the Supreme Court. The case involves healthcare coverage and certain forms of birth control.
Illinois lawmakers are said to be hammering out a deal to save about $150 billion from the state’s pension fund over 30 years. They could vote on it next Tuesday.
Have you ever wondered about boredom? That state where nothing interests you? Well, teachers think about boredom in their students quite a bit.
We wonder why a huge unit school district in Chicago’s western suburbs would block Google, given the fact that it is the de facto standard in Internet search engines.
Business classes may be buzzing today, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 16,000 for the first time in history yesterday.
We consider a letter written by a parent of a 3rd grader in Maryland, published in the Baltimore Sun, about the Common Core standard for estimation.