The latest news on high school
Students approved for deferred action are protected from deportation, but their parents are not.
Nearly one in three students was not ready for entry-level college courses in any subject.
Parents are concerned about school funding, not testing and regulations, a new study shows.
Parents should look for warning signs such as anxiety and changes in online behavior.
Walking through a new school before the year begins can help ease a student’s first-day jitters.
Nothing is for certain. Good girls go bad. Bad boys do good. The football star goes to seed and the heavy girl becomes a runway model.
High school teachers suggest a few items teens should add to their list of school supplies.
High school teachers use blogs and social networking in their lessons to enhance students’ writing.
Taking online courses can help high school students cut college costs.
Back-to-school sales and educational grants can help high school teachers save on classroom expenses.