We asked students of color what school is like for them. Here are some tips for educators and leaders to help make their experience better.
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Conversations about race and racism can help children engage with these topics and combat the negative messages they learn from society.
The Empathy Across the USA program connects diverse classrooms to help students build understanding and take action on local issues.
Advisories from the U.S. Surgeon General and the American Psychological Association highlight how social media affect youth mental health.
Margaret Golden explains what self-care means for teachers and how to foster well-being in school.
Student discipline and suspensions follow a pattern—with consistent racial disparities. Knowing that can help us support students at risk.
A new survey finds that only 14% of parents teach their kids the Golden Rule, and over a quarter don't even know what it is. Why?
Americans think they disagree about their national history more than they actually do. How can we close that perception gap?