Mass killings on school grounds account for a very small percent of victims, but they capture far more public attention than other shootings.
The figures show variations between male and female superintendents and school district sizes.
The poll results come amid discussions about taxing wealthier Americans more at the federal level.
The American Federation of Teachers characterizes the corrections sector as problematic territory for retirement funds.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | STD spike in Indiana … N.Y.C.’s new unified contracting system … and radon gas risks in Colorado.
A new report—and some parents—calls for police to gain broader-than-ever access to students’ data.
The strike showcased unions' strategy of advocating not just for their members but also for better resources for schools.
A new report finds that these students graduate from selective colleges at higher rates than first-time freshmen.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | A handful of new governors are sworn in … N.Y.C. pursues illegal hotels in new lawsuit … and FBI raids Scranton City Hall, mayor’s house.
A new government report highlights just how pervasive the problem is.
There’s a difference between a good job, a promising job and other jobs, particularly for people without bachelor’s degrees, according to a recent Brookings report.
Parents of students who are “harder to educate” may have a hard time getting schools to reply to their emails about how to apply.
The administration wants to keep schools safe by ditching rules meant to prevent racial bias in school discipline.
Recent coverage about millennials' wealth, debt and income could be missing the bigger picture.
Many of these schools are improving, but the persistent stigma against them contributes to segregation.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | A giant middle finger sculpture rises in Vermont … Wash. Gov. Jay Inslee’s “clean energy smart deal” … and speeding up N.Y.’s sluggish subways.
A mailer sent to low-income students with that promise led to a major jump in enrollment at the University of Michigan, according to a new study.
The move could signal a shift in the long, contentious relationship between teachers’ unions and these privately run schools.
A new federal complaint with a unique argument accuses the state of Rhode Island of failing to provide students with the skills they need to participate effectively in a democracy.
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