Relationship violence threatens not only students’ physical safety and emotional well-being, but also their academic prospects. Some campuses are finding solutions to help keep survivors in school.
Schools are closed for hundreds of millions of students, but educators, parents, and children are still learning—including how to keep a sense of connection.
Kentucky’s Berea College closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it’s not stopping the work of supporting students.
“If we help them tap it, our kids have endless potential.”
Students suing the Ivy League say rather than helping to dismantle the system of “human caging,” the school is profiting from it.
In the summer of 2017, before her senior year of high school, Isabelle Doerre-Torres met Carlos,* a Salvadoran immigrant on the verge of deportation. Doerre-Torres was an intern at a
At the beginning of the 20th century, untempered industrialization and rampant deforestation prompted the conservation and preservation movements. The creation of Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks at the end of
High school students enter a classroom at Rainier Beach High School in Seattle on an October morning. They sit at their desks, but they’re soon asked to rearrange their chairs
While student–family events are well-intentioned, they can also exclude certain students. Teachers are pushing for activities that include all the important adults in a child’s life.