Students around St Louis have written poetry that gives us a window into their souls: they want the violence to end and they want communities to work together.
Our thoughts on groundbreaking research out of Johns Hopkins: family & socioeconomic status play the biggest role in determining kids’ future.
A tribute and an invitation to the high school graduating Class of 2014, along with prayers that you know how important the small things are.
An entrepreneur wrote an op-ed piece in USA Today commending the standards in the Common Core and the associated nationwide initiative.
The winner of the first-ever Music Educator Award from the GRAMMY Foundation has been announced: a music teacher and choir director from a rural school in upstate New York.
We respond to an op-ed in today’s Baltimore Sun, in which a student describes the qualities he would like to see in the next CEO for Baltimore’s schools.
A look at schools that have very few white students tells us something about the state of segregation in the US, and it paints a rather bleak picture that breaks our heart.
Instead of using technology for cyberbullying, many teens and tweens in the US are using it to promote nice words about their classmates and schools. Nice it forward!!
A special education major was named the student laureate at the University of Illinois, Urbana, and she says her time at Hinsdale South High School in Darien really set her on a good path.
A very eloquent objection to many school reforms sweeping the country was entered onto the record in Knox County, Tenn., by Ethan Young, a student. Our response follows.