Getting e-cigarettes and other illegal drugs is too easy, esp. if one of your older classmates is willing to buy them for you.
By looking at delinquent behavior among students, a new study out of Calif. suggests it’s important to recruit (and keep) minority teachers.
A series of stabbings around New Rochelle H.S. in N.Y. has left one girl dead and two students injured, one of them in a classroom.
The plan for school improvement under the Every Student Succeeds Act, submitted to the fed by Md., is approved.
One county in Md. has decided, against better judgment, not to change school start times to after 8 AM. Not the best approach.
About 10% of Illinois’s seniors have been named state scholars by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission, based on test scores.
Preparing to enter the workforce, students at a Baltimore-area high school work on their job interview skills with community professionals.
A commission in Md. has issued its preliminary report about how the state should spend money to improve the quality of education for students.
The Maryland General Assembly convenes tomorrow for its legislative session this year. Education leads the agenda in some ways.
Karen Lewis’s obituary was published online briefly due to an error in the publishing system at the Sun-Times.