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New York Teachers to Handcuff Fewer Kids
New restraint policy would also cut down on suspensions.
Joltin’ Joel and the Tragedy of New York Schools
In his new book, Joel Klein, former chancellor of New York City schools, politely rips the status quo.
Bringing an American Touch to Mexican Schools
Reforming a corrupt and failing education system is a priority for Mexico’s president
Britain's Elite Boarding Schools Are Facing an Explosion of Abuse Allegations
After many decades, pupils who suffered at British independent schools are demanding justice
Report: New Weed-Killer to Be Deployed Near Schools
The fight against newly resistant weeds has a new, controversial weapon.
California Kids Win as Tenure Gets Fired
A judge strikes down a rule that gives public school teachers inordinate job protection
Popular Kids Are More Likely to Be Bullied, Study Claims
Only the “top five percent of the school’s social strata” are free from bullies
America Hates Its Gifted Kids
Teaching to the middle has hurt the smartest students.