At Sayreville War Memorial High in New Jersey, seven players from the school’s revered football program were arrested for attacking younger teammates in the team’s locker room. Jeffrey Brown learns more about the charges of sexual assault and “pervasive” bullying…
By Walter Mischel
The first step to overcoming temptations, like eating the marshmallow, is figuring out what makes us "hot." All of our behavior is localized, says "The Marshmallow Test" author Walter Mischel, and our vulnerabilities are no exception.
By Corinne Segal
Teachers thought that African American students were 47 percent, and Hispanic students were 42 percent, less likely to graduate college than white students, the report said.
By PBS NewsHour
The debate over the health risks of high school football has escalated since three student players died in a week. PBS NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs talk to the football team at T.C. Williams High School in Virginia for their response.
By April Brown
For the many unaccompanied minors who have crossed into the United States from Central America fleeing violence and poverty, most end up waiting months, or even years, as their cases go through court. While they wait for the backlogged immigration…
By Travis Daub
The researchers found that physical activity is only one part of what kids like about playing, and that regimented physical play built around fitness doesn’t satisfy all needs for many kids, or meet their own definition of "play." "By focusing…
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