Equity & Diversity Race-Based Affinity Groups Should Be Open to All Students, Biden Admin. Tells Schools
In new guidance, the Education Department cites examples of school policies or programs that violate civil rights law.
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Student Well-Being LGBTQ+ Students With Affirming Schools Report Lower Suicide Risk, Survey Finds
Access to inclusive history, gender-neutral restrooms, and supportive clubs reduces LGBTQ+ students' suicide risk, says a report by The Trevor Project.
Science Q&A How High School Students Are Making STEM Education Accessible for Younger Kids
Team STEAM is a program where high school students help elementary students develop STEM skills.
Classroom Technology A Student-Staffed 'Genius Bar': Why It's Working for This Middle School
Starting a "Genius Bar" helped a suburban New York City school teach tech skills and support students' social-emotional needs.
School Climate & Safety Small Ways Leaders Can Build Schools Where Everyone Feels Like They Belong
Principals can take small steps to ensure students and staff feel like they belong.
Equity & Diversity Federal Officials Reiterate Protections for LGBTQ+ Student Groups
A federal law protects LGBTQ+ student clubs like gender and sexuality alliances, the U.S. Department of Education stressed.
Teaching Q&A A Chess Grandmaster Makes the Case for Teaching the Game in School
Chess grandmaster Maurice Ashley breaks down the game of chess and why it's worth teaching to kids.
Teaching 'Everybody at School Wants to Play': Chess Is Trendy Again
The ancient game is surging in popularity among young people.
Equity & Diversity Lessons From 4 District Leaders Who Conducted Equity Audits
Four district leaders emphasize the importance of equity audits, including the process, the results, and the changes made based on findings.
School Climate & Safety King, Queen, and Sovereign? Prom Courts Grow More Diverse
In some school districts, the traditional prom court is becoming more inclusive, with students driving the changes.
Equity & Diversity Video State Canceled School Club's Queer Alliance Drag and Donuts, Here's What Students Did Next
Scarlett Seyler, president of her Florida school's Queer and Ally Alliance club, shares her perspective on legislation restricting LGBTQ+ instruction.
Equity & Diversity Q&A 'Don't Say Gay' Law Impacts Us All, Leader of Queer Student Club Says
The Florida board of education will meet April 19 to vote on expanding the scope of the Parental Rights in Education law to all grades.
Student Well-Being Video Teachers, Try This: Give Middle School Girls a Space Where They Feel Like They Belong
A teacher created a club for her middle school girls that doesn’t require special skills or money to join, but where they can all fit in.