School

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is one of the Trump administration's most reviled Cabinet members. Here’s why she’s here to stay.
The senator and presidential hopeful introduced a bill to fund programs allowing kids to stay at schools until 6 p.m.
Broward County Deputy Willard Miller was charged with child abuse after video showed his encounter with a 15-year-old student at Cross Creek School.
There is a fine line between teaching kids to make good decisions and forcing them to think — and worry — like tiny grown-ups.
The New Mexico police officer accused the girl of assaulting a school administrator. "This proved not to be true,” his police chief later said.
Students with debt higher than $75 can be barred from extracurricular activities under a Cherry Hill Board of Education policy.
One of Trump's several behind-the-scenes food benefit cuts has a spillover effect on children.
Andrew Levy's donation means hundreds of kids in Jupiter schools can get full meals again.
Schools have about three years to adjust under the law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
The 2020 presidential candidate is dismissing reports that questioned her firing from her first teaching job because she was six months pregnant.
Peter Vlaming, who taught French at West Point High School, said he “could not violate his conscience” by using pronouns aligning with the student's gender identity.
The beef industry has a bone to pick with policies that support vegan school lunches.
Meralyn Kirkland says her granddaughter was handcuffed and fingerprinted after throwing a tantrum in class.
President Donald Trump has pulled funding from schools and defense projects to pay for his border wall.
The former mayor’s education work made him a national darling. But the people of Newark are ambivalent about his reforms.
Where does a peanut butter and jelly rank vs. tuna salad or turkey and Swiss?
The measure, which goes into effect immediately, includes an exception for school resource officers and other law enforcement staff on campus.
A letter sent to parents in Pennsylvania's Wyoming Valley West School District says parents could be taken to court over children's lunch debt.
Students will receive at least five hours of classes each year, beginning in the 6th grade.
Research shows that 40% of high school students have little or no interest in school.