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Computer scientists create tool that can desegregate schools – and shorten bus routes

In some districts, Gillani said, existing school boundaries are so gerrymandered that they “exacerbate” segregation, forcing students to travel…

Staying with the same teacher the following year benefits students, research says

“They were like, ‘We want to loop! We want to do a loop here,’ she said. Bierbaum’s Principal Paul…

We asked 5 students: What inspired you to become a gun control activist?

She was lucky that day: that short jump meant a quick escape from a fellow student with a gun.…

6 things we’ve learned about how the pandemic disrupted learning

Even students who spent the least amount of time learning remotely during the 2020-21 school year — just a…

How To Handle The Extreme Behavior Of The Past Year

Here at SCM, we’re used to hearing horror stories from teachers. But the sheer number of emails we’ve received…

We asked teachers how their year went. They warned of an exodus to come

Since then, the question of basic safety has also come back into sharp focus after the Uvalde, Texas school…

States and localities pump more money into community colleges than four-year campuses

Public four-year colleges, by contrast, charge far higher tuition and ultimately spend more than double their state and local…

How parents can nurture children’s self-esteem without raising narcissists

Again, if you’re not the kind of parent who smiles lovingly at your child while he does obnoxious things,…

Americans support student loan forgiveness, but would rather rein in college costs

Support for debt relief was, not surprisingly, far higher among borrowers themselves. “One thing that comes through really clearly…

Trading ‘Please focus’ for ‘How are you?’: A listening strategy that’s helping some teachers improve the classroom experience

“Your whole life, school is a given. Even if you don’t like it, you have to do it. But…

Rethinking claims of racial bias in special education

Morgan and his colleagues found that Black and white children who had been diagnosed with a disability and posted…

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