In the first part of a weeklong series, we speak with two professors to look at whether bullying is connected to other kinds of violence.
Alex King, a senior at Chicago's North Lawndale College Prep High School, lost his nephew in a drive-by shooting in 2017.
The documentary follows two students as they leave homes and families behind in China to go to high school in rural Maine.
When it comes to school safety, the focus should be on procedures, training people and improving trust, says Kenneth Trump, president of National School Safety and Security Services.
In Anderson County, South Carolina, Sheriff Chad McBride is warning students that they can be arrested for threats, even if they say they're just making a joke.
The school shooting in Parkland, Florida, has renewed calls among many conservatives for heightening school security.
"Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine" is among the most recognized texts in the medical field. But now it's being eyed for information it doesn't provide.
The teachers will get a 5 percent raise, which they had asked for.
A charity named in honor of Philando Castile says it has paid off the school lunch debt for hundreds of kids in Minnesota.
Terry Karl was a rising star when she arrived at Harvard University in 1981 as an assistant professor. Her mentor was Jorge Domínguez, a senior Latin American scholar.
This season is about a lot more than wins and losses for the small school in Omaha, Nebraska.
More than 20 states allow community colleges to offer bachelor's degrees.
Schools in the state are closed again Thursday, as teachers continue to strike over pay and health benefits.
Ryan Petty, who lost his 14-year-old daughter, Alaina, in the shooting, is calling for increased school security in order to prevent future attacks.
"The best way to encourage reporting behavior is a positive school environment," criminal justice professor Eric Madfis says of preventing school attacks.
Federal student loan debt is nearly $1.4 trillion, more than twice as much as it was a decade ago.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Don Bridges, president of the National Association of School Resource Officers.
John LaDue never carried out a plan to kill his family, police and students in his Minnesota high school in 2014.
Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with UCLA student Mariela Muro about the group's decision to uninvite the controversial far-right activist.
Medical marijuana is legal in the state, but it's still not allowed on school grounds. That's a problem for kids who rely on medications containing CBD and THC.