by Carimah Townes Mar 30, 2016
"School is really the place they need to be to get an education and have a good future, and where they should be able to get real, true counseling."
by Carimah Townes Mar 28, 2016
Even when social workers were included, officers outnumbered people who offer emotional and academic support in New York City, Chicago, and Houston.
by Casey Quinlan Mar 28, 2016
Black and Latino students, as well as low-income students, face additional barriers to getting into gifted and talented programs.
by Zack Ford Mar 22, 2016
Kansas is now on deck to be the first state to pass a sweeping anti-transgender bill.
by Casey Quinlan Mar 16, 2016
These student organizations often meet opposition from conservatives.
by Alex Zielinski Mar 10, 2016
Some teachers say charter schools are to blame.
by Casey Quinlan Mar 8, 2016
A former student had her judgment for $850,000 against a university she said practiced discrimination during her pregnancy upheld.
by Zack Ford Mar 1, 2016
South Dakota could have become the first state to regulate transgender students' bathroom use, but it didn't.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 29, 2016
West Virginia's House of Delegates voted to block a new set of science standards because they mentioned climate change.
by Laurel Raymond Feb 26, 2016
"Diversity -- of thought, perspective, and experience -- is essential for excellence in research and innovation in science and engineering," said the NSF Director. Currently, over half of STEM jobs are held by white men.