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Preschool students build a structure from plastic interlocking tubes.

Want to Incorporate More Play in Learning? Try the Play Workshop Structure

In a schoolyard, one child points a thermometer at the grass, while another writes on a clipboard, and a third watches. An adult woman kneels and points.

Why schoolyards are a critical space for teaching about — and fighting — extreme heat and climate change

Neon "sorry" sign in speech bubble frame on dark background.

Teaching Kids the Right Way to Say 'I’m sorry'

Shirt, jumper and skirt hanging on yellow brick wall. School uniform

Are dress codes fair? How one middle school transformed its rules for what students wear

How Extroverted Teachers Can Engage Introverted Students

Teacher stand in front of a white board and points with a marker

Teens want to know how to have better relationships. Consent education can help.

Want Kids to Love Reading? Authors Grace Lin and Kate Messner Share How to Find Wonder in Books

Students in Skyline High School’s Education and Community Health Pathway sculpt a clay model of the endocrine system.

How To Create a STEM Dream Culture for All Students

Many students are using study strategies that don't work — and better options exist