With proper safety measures, doctors and scientists said in a survey, the benefits outweigh the risks.
Are we really going to do this again?
Frustrated with remote learning, parents in the Philadelphia area are running for office, suing, relocating and retreating to private school.
Tom Ammiano, a well-known gay leader in San Francisco, believed his effeminate mannerisms led his New Jersey high school to deny him his letter.
Ms. Porter, a New York City native, will be the first Black woman to run the city’s sprawling school system.
The more students fall behind in the pandemic, the less likely they are to feel that they can catch up.
His departure, planned for mid-March, comes after repeated clashes with Mayor Bill de Blasio over desegregating the city’s schools.
A struggling school system. An oil bust. A marching band determined to keep playing through a pandemic. This is the story of one Texas high school in crisis — and trying to reopen its doors.
Hong Kong schools reported a surge in colds when students resumed in-person learning. Here’s what it means for kids in the U.S., and what parents can do to prepare.
Experts say some symptoms, especially in women, are mistaken for other conditions such as mood disorders or depression.
As many as three million children have gotten no education for nearly a year.
Imani Bell, 16, collapsed while running up stadium steps in “extreme heat,” according to a complaint filed on Wednesday.
Through new lesson plans and expensive publishing projects, the government hopes to teach future generations a curated lesson about Hong Kong’s past.
A plan to rename schools that honored people like Washington, Lincoln and Jefferson was put on hold after criticism of the plan and, particularly, its timing amid the pandemic.
Many of us already live with artificial intelligence now, but researchers say interactions with the technology will become increasingly personalized.
The real question for Democrats is how to get every student a good education.
Unaware their conversation was public, district trustees in Oakley, Calif., suggested that parents eager for schools to reopen merely wanted “their babysitters back.”
The administration’s guidance for sending kids back to the classroom is far too restrictive.
In a split ruling, a court in Osaka ordered the school to pay some damages for emotional distress, but it said the rule that students’ hair must be black did not violate regulations.
An education program is immersing underprivileged students in Ivy League classes, and the students’ success has raised questions about how elite university gatekeepers determine college prospects.
Oregon is a case study in how Pacific Coast cities are lagging the country in resuming in-person teaching.
The school board also decided to ban the pepper-spraying of students and divert $25 million to programs for students of color.
The characteristics of a rhombus. The limits of parental authority. Gratitude.
Perhaps because I had a teacher who made reading aloud into ceremony, ritual and compelling drama, I grew up to find my cause in pediatricians’ promoting reading aloud at checkups.
In an interview, Ms. Lightfoot talked about how she hoped to rebuild trust in the system and eventually reopen high schools.
Through years of terror and of calm, a small museum program has brought 10-year-olds from both sides together.
Elementary schools have been open for months. As the city prepares to reopen middle schools, problems remain, but there is also cause for optimism.
The new C.D.C. guidance for bringing children back to class is a good first step, but it’ll take more to safely teach every student in person, every day.
Amid an acrid national controversy, the agency proposed detailed criteria for returning students to classrooms.
As President Biden struggles to keep his pledge to reopen schools in 100 days, Republicans in Congress are hammering at the issue as a way to win back alienated women and suburban voters.
The federal government’s new guidance for reopening classrooms does not require teachers to be vaccinated first.
In many places, the debates over reopening are fraught. But in a survey, experts broadly agreed that elementary schools didn’t need vaccines to open safely.
As the White House struggles to flesh out President Biden’s promise to reopen schools within 100 days, aides have found themselves steadily lowering expectations.
If progressivism can’t work there, why should the country believe it can work anywhere else?
I thought I would have until our first grader went off to college before I would feel such anxiety.
The Biden administration is determined to restart in-person learning quickly. But there are some major hurdles.
As districts across the country wrestle with when to return to in-person instruction, the story of Providence, R.I., offers a lesson in what it takes to do so.
If approved Tuesday by educators, a deal between the city and its teachers’ union could send a first wave of students back to classrooms this week — for the second time.
Tens of thousands of middle school students will be able to return to classrooms later this month for at least part of the week.
The Maria Montessori Academy, a charter school in North Ogden, allowed parents to opt their students out. But after an outcry and discussions with the parents, it changed course.
The decision will put about 62,000 more students back in classrooms, meaning that a quarter of the city’s 1 million public school students will be learning in person by March.
In cities and suburbs where schools remain closed, teachers unions are often saying: not yet. Can Randi Weingarten change that?
If approved, the deal would avert a strike and allow some students to receive in-person instruction starting this week.
Numerous obstacles make extending the school year a tough proposition, but the Biden administration wants to put billions behind it as a way of offsetting pandemic-era learning losses.
The government unveiled an animated video about the national security law as part of a broader curriculum overhaul for schools.
A lawsuit against the University of Tennessee questions when schools can discipline students because of their online speech.
This isn’t just about burnout, it’s about betrayal.
How some employers and governments are supporting working parents.
My chronic illness made it hard to volunteer at my kids’ school. Now I can serve on the executive board of the P.T.A. without leaving my bed.
If you want to know what worries conservatives, look at California.