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School Reopenings Are Not Going Well
Many districts that have resumed in-person classes are already seeing outbreaks.
It’s Forbidden to Meme the PSAT — but That Won’t Stop the Teens
To the College Board’s dismay, teens won’t stop making hilarious jokes about the test material.
A 6-Year-Old Girl Was Arrested for Acting Out in School
The girl, who suffers from sleep apnea, was reportedly handcuffed and charged with battery after throwing a tantrum.
‘I’m Juggling School With Full-Time Work and I’m Miserable!’
You feel guilty for sleeping eight hours or having sex? Dude.
How Bad Do You Think Trump’s SAT Scores Were?
Michael Cohen says he was ordered to threaten the president’s former schools to prevent his academic records from leaking.
High-School Cheerleading Team Under Fire for ‘Big Booty’ and ‘Big Boobie’ Awards
The school has apologized after an ACLU investigation.
Georgia School Announces It Will Start Paddling Children As Punishment
“There was a time where corporal punishment was kind of the norm in school and you didn’t have the problems that you have,” said the superintendent.
Pumpkin Spice Air Freshener Leads to School Evacuation
The smell was so nauseating, it sent people to the hospital.
The Biased Policies That Are Pushing Black Girls Out of School
And the instructional tool kit trying to change that.
Here’s Why Public Preschool Education Should Start at Birth
A Nobel Prize winner says early initiatives have a higher return on investment.
A Case for the 9-to-5 School Day
A new report suggests that kids should go to school during the same hours that their parents work.
An Idea: Let’s Get Rid of Middle School
A big new study suggests kids would be better off in K–8 schools.
Maybe Stop Asking Kids to Recap Their School Day
Being a high-school student is already exhausting.
First-Generation Kids Excel in School, But Then ‘Immigrant Optimism’ Fades
Something strange is happening as families assimilate into the U.S.
Here’s a Helpful Rundown of the Homework Debate
There’s a serious disconnect between researchers and those in the homework “trenches.”
The Youngest Kids in the Class Are More Likely to Be Diagnosed With ADHD
A month or two can make all the difference when it comes to development in young children.
Kids Do Better With Four-Day School Weeks
Three-day weekends for everyone, please.
How Parents Give Their Kids Math Anxiety
And why math-anxious parents should maybe find a tutor instead of helping their kids with their homework.
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In the U.K., Male Teachers Are Teaching Schoolboys the Art of Wooing
Covering the three
s: Reading, ‘Riting, and Romancin’.
Allison P. Davis
Study: Kindergarten Rigged Against Boys
Economist swears it’s not the end of men. Look at their test scores!