Bradley Bateman installed as Randolph College president
Everything from TV, movies, music, school yard friends and even parents influence the words children use. So what do you do if those words are bad ones?
Months ahead, Calif. immigrants study for test to obtain upcoming driver's license
Germany stops job program for jobless youths from southern Europe, stranding many
Oklahoma school's Bible class includes teaching about arts, history, says sinners must suffer
Retired players association to honor Bill Russell, Jim Calhoun, Pat Summitt, Richard Lapchick
Georgia's Kennesaw State lifts lockdown; report of possible armed man ended up being cellphone
9-year-old charged with bringing disassembled gun to school in Va., told police he was bullied
German court rejects Muslim student's suit against school's ban on face-covering veil in class
Virginia high school team wins NASA design competition; design will be launched into orbit
Testing vendor apologizes to Oklahoma Board of Education for glitch that disrupted state exams
Montgomery County schools are taking the first steps to teaching students how to be safer and kinder online.
Washington first state to lose federal waiver on requirements from No Child Left Behind law
New day for Michelle Obama speech to Kansas high schoolers after uproar by students, parents
Chicago announces it will build Barack Obama College Preparatory High School, will open 2017
Florida elementary school stops serving Mountain Dew to students before standardized tests
The morning bell for Fairfax County Public Schools high school students may ring nearly two hours later if one of several proposals for later start times goes through.
Families often choose where to live based on a good school in the neighborhood, but proposed changes in the District could mean children might not get to attend the desirable school Mom and Dad made sure to move close to.
Microsoft expands ad-free Bing searches for US schools from kindergarten through 12th grade
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