When schools cram lunch into 25 or 30 minutes, that often leaves students too little time to eat a full meal. Some are finding ways to balance more time to eat with the pressures of instructional time.
The Seattle school district is planning to infuse all K-12 math classes with ethnic-studies questions that encourage students to explore how math has been “appropriated” by Western culture and used in systems of power and oppression.
One of the main plaintiffs in a landmark blow against pregnancy discrimination in the workplace recalls her fight in the early 1970s and discusses how it still resonates today.
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"The way that music feeds me and gives me energy has really helped to propel me forward in a lot of administrative ways," says Heather Coltman, provost at James Madison University.
Among the benefits: thousands of media mentions, millions of television viewers, and exposure worth as much as $100 million.
California schools can no longer start class before 8 a.m. thanks to a new law that will go into effect by January 2022.
Suicide attempts that were self-reported by black teens have spiked since 1991, even as their peers in other groups have experienced a downward trend or remained unchanged, according to a new study that raises concerns about mental health outreach for black youths.