For students, designed by students.
The Times’s standards editor, Philip B. Corbett, invites readers to correct grammatical errors in recent New York Times articles.
The new Library of Congress Student Discovery Sets bring together historical artifacts and one-of-a-kind documents on a wide range of topics, from history to science to literature.
New teacher Christine Pinto and teacher mentor Lisa Dabbs reflect on the need for new teachers to look for ways to maintain work life balance and share some strategies to use to get there.
It's not all about paperwork, hard-to-manage students, and prickly parents.
Social media can be a big part of students' lives, and teachers across the country are finding ways to use popular platforms as teaching tools.
Fingers crossed that the answer is yes.
A report from the National Academy of Sciences said that e-cigarettes are safer than smoking, but not quite safe, and may cause teens to take up tobacco.
Old ones are disappearing, and new ones aren’t being installed.
This year, there are a few new rules and regulations
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Analyzing puns builds critical thinking, literacy, and social and emotional skills.
Environmental science teacher Jamie Esler takes his Idaho high school students outdoors for hands-on learning about climate science and climate change. They take core samples from trees, measure decli
CARSON, Calif. — At Cal State Dominguez Hills, the low November sun had faded to dusk when Professor Toddy Eames called for a break in the middle of a nearly three-hour screenwriting class. “Fifteen m
More than half of all students in U.S. public schools come from low-income families. Poverty is associated with chronic stress, which can have a toxic effect on the brain. While there is no silver bul