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Teaching law to children and young adults should be just as common as math, science, English, and history, argue Michael J. Broyde and Ira Bedzow.

Guest blogger Sarah Sanchez shares important tips to improve learning and engage students and teachers alike with the aim of helping turn around failing schools.

Ask anyone you know who was "held back," and they are more likely to say, "I flunked grade X." If we are going to harvest kids like a crop to start school, we might as well keep the crop together.

Stream the The Dr. Will Show Podcast episode, Stacey Roshan (@buddyxo) - How To Tech With Heart, free & on demand on iHeartRadio.

Rick recently got another chance to interview Paul Banksley, the edu-visionary and founder of Tomorrows Are for Tomorrow. Here's what he said.

Education Week asked teachers what they saw as the biggest blind spots in teacher professional development. Here’s what they said.

Research shows that "The average number of times per day people check their phones is 47." Some of you may be thinking, "Really? I check my phone much more than that." Personally, I feel like I could double that number. It's time for a digital detox.

While the court said the state is moving in the right direction, it also said it doesn't feel comfortable closing a funding lawsuit and wants to make sure the state keeps up with the costs of inflation.

My school tried its best at restorative justice, but we needed something more than good intentions: resources and training, writes former teacher Allison Fried.

Nobody likes "lunch shaming," but school nutrition directors say the issue of overdrawn school lunch accounts is more complicated than many realize—and poverty's not always the culprit.

Hundreds of districts are still climbing out of the recession but many more may decide to boost teachers' pay, pay down debt or address deferred maintenance costs.