As the conversation about sexual harassment continues throughout American society, school districts must become leading voices in the movement to protect victims.
As communities throughout the eastern U.S. dig out and thaw out from the latest blast of winter weather, schools can help lead recovery efforts.
How Sandy Hook parents are training schools and students to recognize and prevent the next school shooting.
The story of Keaton Jones, a Tennessee middle schooler, has touched off a national dialogue—and ignited controversy—about the hard truth of bullying in schools.
In the wake of the first major winter storm of the season, three questions school districts should ask themselves about their winter weather decision-making process.
As more young students face bullying and the potential for suicide, school districts need to offer a welcoming ear.
New research suggests more students are bringing weapons to school to protect against bullying. Why districts must encourage their students to be active allies against abuse.
A California elementary school secretary saved the lives of hundreds of students by ordering a lockdown when a gunman attacked her school. But one expert says that can only happen after careful planning.
As political and public discourse hit new lows, a new report finds that school leaders need to do a lot more to reduce hostility in their classrooms.
A recent series of hacking attacks on school districts shows just how vital cybersecurity is to school district safety.