Teens sure do use technological devices a lot. The question is: What are they learning from them? And how can teachers learn what they’re learning?
A prolific poet found out 2 of her poems were selected for a standardized test, and she was bewildered when she couldn’t answer the questions about them.
Editorials and commentators have been harsh in their treatment of the designation of Betsy DeVos as education secretary. A closer look.
Donald Trump begins moving into the highest office in the land; students share some thoughts about how it’s going.
We comment on an op-ed in the Baltimore Sun in which a former teacher suggests taking disruptive students out of the classroom.
We wonder, with a teacher from Maine, what the presidency of Donald Trump will hold for our nation’s schools and students.
A student council leader in Arundel Co., Md., reminds us that transgender students are often discriminated against but have rights the same as anyone.
The Star-Spangled Banner has issues, but refusing to sing it at a football game will create a stir, whether in high school or the NFL.
The #BlackLivesMatter movement is a popular topic on this blog, because #BLM works for justice, and that above all else needs everyone.
One publisher in Baltimore wonders if we should have kids go to school year-round. It’s worth the dialog, but it’s a little complicated.