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By Patrick Whittle and David Sharp, Associated Press
The claims, threats and passions surrounding the presidential race have led communities around the U.S. to move polling places out of schools or cancel classes.
By PBS NewsHour
Teaching is extremely difficult in urban school districts. In Chicago, for example, the city is confronting one of the worst budget crises in years, and keeping good teachers is a persistent struggle. But an intensive training program nearby is using…
By Ike Swetlitz and Ed Silverman, STAT
Mylan’s “EpiPen4Schools” program, begun in August 2012, offers free or discounted EpiPens to schools.
By Michael D. Regan
Only a quarter of America’s public schools are using a form of computer science in their classrooms, but that number is growing as schools create new coding programs.
The biggest show on Broadway is now a lesson in life and art for thousands of New York City students.
By Ola Said
A Human Rights Watch study states about 400,000 Syrian refugee children in Turkey are not in school because of such obstacles including language barriers, economic hardship and social integration. Ola Said, a Syrian refugee teacher who lives along the Syrian-Turkish…
In Romania, 8-year-old Raluca's family does not take economic security or education for granted. WNET's documentary series "Time for School" visits Bucharest to examine how opportunities have changed for young people in the post-communist era.
By Paul Chylinski
From the time students start kindergarten, they learn about the importance of being kind and generous toward others. But what happens to young people's understanding of that message around the holidays, when the excitement of receiving shiny gifts overtakes the season? What…
In our news wrap Wednesday, public schools in Los Angeles reopened a day after officials canceled classes due to an email threat that cited bombs and guns. Also, schools all over Pakistan were closed in observance of the one year…
Public schools in Los Angeles -- 1,200 in all -- were closed after a threatening email from Germany warned of mass violence, from guns to bombs to nerve gas. Officials in New York say they received a similar message, but…
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