For nearly a century, the U.S. government banned indigenous Hawaiians from speaking olelo Hawai'i, their native language, in public schools.
Fred Rogers lived in the city's Squirrel Hill neighborhood while making his children's television show, "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."
In July, New York became the first state to require mental health education in every public school.
Students have taken visible stances recently on issues like school safety and gun control. But will that translate into them heading to the polls?
Only 16 percent of eligible voters under 30 cast ballots in the 2014 midterm elections. Some experts say the long-term solution to low youth turnout is better civics education.
A now-ended policy at the Little Red School House in Manhattan that grouped minority students in the same homeroom caused a stir. Was it the right thing to do?
The Little Red School House in New York City said it tested the idea with seventh- and eighth-grade students from 2017 to 2018.
The research is clear: not sleeping is dangerous. For many, though, it's still elusive. That's why Harvard University sleep expert Dr. Charles Czeisler unveiled an online sleep class for all...
Schools are taking a hard look at how they may have permitted a culture of drinking and sexual misconduct. But some say there's still a ways to go.
Carolyn Adolph of KUOW takes a look at concerns about how the new technology could be used.
There's a shortage of qualified teachers across the U.S. But in Oakland, one favorite high school teacher has been teaching for decades — and has no plans to retire.
In one school district in Pierce County, the uptick in homelessness is affecting kids' "self-value and what they believe they are capable of doing," family resource coordinator Carly Cappetto says.
A new study by the Institute of Labor Economics suggests nonwhite students benefit from having teachers who look like them.
Only a quarter of the roughly 3,700 children's books published in the U.S. and Canada last year feature nonwhite characters.
Whether the allegations are true or not, they have sparked a national conversation about sexual consent and how young people understand it.
Justifying misbehavior by saying "boys will be boys" spreads confusion about how boys and young men should act, says the president of the American Men's Studies Association.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Adam Howard, a professor of education at Colby College who studies elite private education.
Two young women from Hartford, Connecticut, are now at prestigious boarding schools thanks to a free program in the city that teaches the game.
A disagreement over LBGTQ rights means the state may see a new battle over what it means to use public dollars in a private space.
For as long as he can remember, Owen Lynch says, his social problems have made him a target for bullies.