How schools dealt with Grayson Bruce and Sunnie Kahle, two young students who didn’t act according to gender norms, has drawn outrage. But many schools are making progress toward understanding, experts say.
Michael Davis said Wednesday that he and his wife have forgiven Arapahoe High student Karl Pierson for fatally shooting their daughter Claire. Not all who suffer such a loss choose to walk the forgiveness path, but here’s why some do.
The first-ever Global Teacher Status index finds significant disparities in how teachers are viewed. In China, teachers are as respected as doctors; in the US, they’re more often compared with librarians.
Court documents made public Thursday list items police found — guns, ammunition, books on mental conditions — at the home of Sandy Hook school shooter Adam Lanza. They reinforce an image of a troubled young man and a family struggling to help him.
President Obama and members of Congress aim to make preschool more widely available. Two new studies on preschool programs evaluate academic gains — and offer clues about what it takes to boost student progress.
An Ivy League union organizer with deep ties to Chicago’s community activists, Karen Lewis is emerging as the new face of resistance to a national education reform movement. She’s a match for Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s storied temper, backers say.