In the nineteenth century, many Native American children attended “Indian schools” designed to blot out Native cultures in favor of Anglo assimilation.
Can schools let students and teachers celebrate religions holidays without violating the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause?
The way we think about the skills kids need—and even how they should play—is deeply tied to the characteristics we expect them to need as adults.
John Green spoke with The English Journal about his writing, how English teachers can connect with young readers, advice for young writers, and more.
Training skilled workers within a school system was a way to sell ordinary workers on the value of the industrial system and thwart union recruiting.
For some families, Apple's assistant Siri has become a crucial bridge between their autistic children and the outside world.
While the G.I. Bill itself was progressive, much of the country still functioned under both covert and blatant segregation.
Welcome to Ask a Professor, our series that offers an insider’s view of life in academia. This month: Carlos Mondragón, professor at the Colegio de México.
In the 1960s, one scholar writes, there was no grand vision behind the idea of a middle school. The problem that the model sought to solve was segregation.
College students are notoriously strapped for cash. For some, however, that youthful poverty becomes actual homelessness.