Will social and emotional learning turn out to be just a fad? Researchers propose strategies to prevent that fate.
Despite the prevalence of childhood trauma, few early education programs are prepared to help the more than 35 million children in the country who have experienced trauma, researchers say.
What is social and emotional learning and why should schools get involved in it? A guide offers answers.
Suspension rates are a new indicator of school success.
The recommendations are part of a push to create measures of school conditions and climate that help districts create change.
From yelling to whispering, a teacher's tone of voice in the classroom affects learning and student behavior, some educators say.
President Obama established DACA — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — in 2012 through an executive order. With a stroke of a pen when he takes office, Trump can eliminate the program.
A new campaign reminds teachers of their positive impact on students who have been abused or have witnessed violence.
The videos are designed to help teach social and emotional skills.
Seven Californians are on the Aspen Institute commission.
A team of 13 educators will lead the development of social and emotional learning guidelines.
The price of a two-pack of Epi-Pen auto-injectors has gone from $100 to more than $600.
The school districts are charged with failing to provide mandated PE instruction.
The first-of-its-kind lawsuit uses special education laws to demand trauma services.