Happiness is, at least, as important as test scores and other accomplishments for schools and students. Here’s the proof.
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Learning important life skills in school would be far superior to learning the different types of clouds, an IL student explains.
Fan support for NFL teams is down, but TV ratings may not tell the whole story. Yet in high school, rivalries still bring excitement.
A focus on attendance and investment by the community in the school’s goals has helped one Miss. elementary turn around.
Career and technical education programs in high school are great: they serve a focused need for vocational training. Don’t stop there.
Doctors think teens need 9 hrs of sleep a night; that sleep is limited to about 7 hrs a night when teens have high screen time.
“What should the proper role of teachers and schools be in students’ lives?” online publications ask actual kids.
Children learn lessons about morality better from storybooks with human characters than they do if the stories have human-like animals.
Being a student at a highly competitive high school has its good points, but many students bail out at the first sign of stress.
People who play the wildly popular game are more physically active and likely to be experiencing positive emotions and nostalgia.