Many parts of our world are dominated by one gender or the other, but not surprisingly, some aspects of life are the same for everyone.
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?
Should states replace their high school tests, used for meeting federal accountability requirements, with a test that matters for their students?
Students at a suburban IL high school calculated how high launches took their bottle rockets during an outdoor class earlier this month.
Elevators can become crowded, and when people misbehave on the ride, it can be annoying and even dangerous to your health.
The school environment should be safe and it should promote learning. Here’s how one school in Ky. works to make that happen.
When policymakers decide how to manage wildlife, they look at many factors; sometimes one of those factors is entertainment.
Many middle schoolers are bullied, and if bullying is also sexual harassment, it can be hard to overcome, esp. for girls.
What do high school students think about the nationwide heroin problem, which often starts for them with prescription painkillers?
A new Ohio law will allow drivers who can safely proceed through a red light to do exactly that. Be careful.