A good kindergarten experience sets kids up for success in school and into adulthood.
Time is running out for Congress to extend school meal waivers passed during the COVID public health emergency to help cafeterias find creative ways to distribute healthy food to kids.
Imagine traveling back in time and observing the oceans of 5 million years ago. Suddenly, and without warning, an enormous creature erupts out of the depths.
The first real possibility for federal firearms legislation in decades has been sketched out by a bipartisan group of senators.
The U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday overturned Maine's ban on state tuition assistance to students attending religious schools in an education case that could have big implications for schools around the country.
Despite dropping enrollment, the Los Angeles Unified School District is getting the most money its ever had with the aid of more than $4.8 billion in emergency COVID-19 funding from the federal government.
At the end of June, waivers allowing the federal government to provide free school meals to all children will expire.
While most parents today strongly value higher education, that doesn't always alleviate their sticker shock when it comes to college-related costs.
Food brings people together - around the dinner table, at picnics, and on restaurant patios. Sometimes, though, food production and its complexities spark a tension between rural and urban communities and drive us apart. But today, no matter where we live, the urgent challenge of feeding our world while grappling with diminishing water and land resources has to bring us all together as never before, to create new opportunities and solutions and protect the planet that sustains us all.
Children are at once joyful, sad, confusing, predictable, generous, selfish, gentle and mean. What's a parent to do when faced with such perplexing offspring?