The number of cops in schools has exploded in the last two decades. Now, some districts are starting to take a second look.
K-12 schools may be very different when kids finally go back.
By finding ways to continue learning through the pandemic, the education system will be better equipped for a future marked by severe weather emergencies.
Parents and teachers across the country are adjusting to new educational techniques amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
E-learning already has its own set of problems — a patchy internet connection makes everything even more frustrating.
Catholic schools from New Jersey to California are permanently closing their doors.
President Donald Trump called Dr. Anthony Fauci’s warning against reopening schools “not an acceptable answer.”
The president accused the NIH expert of playing "all sides of the equation" and called Fauci's warnings about reopening too early "not an acceptable answer."
From face masks to shorter days, school for K-12 kids may be very different when it restarts.
Critics say the education secretary is using coronavirus stimulus money to push her school privatization agenda.