Middle School

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Middle School

Social and emotional learning has gained widespread attention and focus in K-12 education – with that growth accelerated even more by the pandemic and educati...
In theory, the main focus for schools and students is academics – what they learn in their classes...
School principals are the most trusted leaders in the country – more than military and religious leaders and local elected officials, survey data show...
Sex is one of the most difficult topics that journalists cover. Make the topic allegations of sexual misconduct or assault involving students at a school, and t...
Money matters. That’s the conclusion of a growing number of studies on how to improve the academic outcomes of America’s public school students. And it’s ...
Though academic achievement remains paramount, high schools and colleges are putting greater focus on helping students navigate careers and ready themselves for...
School is one of the safest places for children and adolescents to spend their days. Even so, risks still exist, whether that involves bullying, fights, bomb th...
Coverage of teachers and the teaching profession is central to the education beat, but it requires an understanding of some complex issues — preparation, lice...
Shrouded in legalese and confusing acronyms, special education can be a daunting topic to cover for even the most experienced education reporters...
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