The latest news on public schools
The growth of Latino students poses challenges for many school districts nationwide.
Akron chief hopes to lease sewage system and use the $200 million to fund college scholarships.
Maybe instead of suing, parents should do something about the behavior that prompts spanking.
Human Rights Watch calls on schools to abolish paddling.
Higher meal prices, fewer field trips, and longer walks to school.
A rural district lets teachers carry concealed handguns to school.
School officials say adding double Dutch, advanced jump rope, involves more kids in sports.
New policy at top-ranked high school requires kids keep a B average.
"Response to intervention" aims to determine students' weaknesses before they fall behind.
In the fall, students might face higher lunch prices and four-day school weeks.