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This spring marks the 25th anniversary of what many call a turning point in American public education: the release of 'A Nation At Risk.'
One Laptop per Child provides durable laptops to students in developing nations, and with its 'Give One Get One' campaign, you can donate one and keep another.
Though the notorious No Child Left Behind Act is supposed to guide all public schools, high schools get left by the wayside.
Did you know that where you live could determine your child's well-being?
“Zero tolerance”  in schools is a fairly new phrase with a wide scope of definitions.  Here's a guide for parents to understanding what this term entails.
What immigrants to the United States should know about their child's right to an education.
In the world of public schools, many school district's admissions policies use a student's racial identity as a “tie-breaker” to maintaining racial diversity.
Discusses a variety of environmental variables that place young children at risk for antisocial behavior including poverty, parental unemployment, and more.
Next year's prom is a long time away, but that cocktail dresscould make it possible for a high school girl who couldn't otherwise afford it to go to prom.
The debate on bilingual education roars on, with both sides posing valid arguments. Here are the top ten issues to consider.
Find out why holding students back a grade may not be a good idea.
This article discusses how parents, educators, and the community can help rural youth succeed in school.
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