While powerhouse states like Colorado and California are sending the most Olympians to Pyeongchang, towns and cities around the U.S. have good reason to watch their daughters and sons compete as well.
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Technology companies are making a push to integrate virtual reality into K-12, but experts are raising concerns about how it might affect children.
Calling it a “public health issue,” a pair of state lawmakers want to restrict tackle football and other contact sports before high school.
The Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center previewed its new food bus project on Tuesday. The food bus is the first in the country and will serve healthy meals in the city.
Students whose parents didn't go to college are more likely to take fewer challenging courses when they're in high school, a new research brief shows.
Some guidelines for teaching all students to speak credibly and confidently—an essential skill for college and career success.
The psychiatric profession is still divided, but there are treatment programs, apps and a new public campaign to address media overuse.
As kids get older, the activities that cultivate imagination often get sidelined by the demands of academics. Professor Wendy Ostroff explains why imagination is so important and has suggestions for b