Schools have repeatedly been struck from the air by Saudi, UAE, Moroccan and Jordanian pilots using American-supplied planes and bombs, in a campaign backed by Washington and the United Kingdom.
In a country where public school systems are failing, a growing nonprofit organization shows students and teachers how to revitalize learning.
Even states hard hit by the abuse epidemic lack a way to specify opioids—or any other drug—as a contributing factor in the removal of children from their homes.
Minors from violence-plagued El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala will no longer be permitted to reunite with their parents in the United States.
A new study finds that bilingual infants can identify which words in a phrase belong to each language they know.
Lund University researchers also noticed how people's attitudes about climate change influenced their emotional responses to their findings.
The measure, which won unanimous approval Thursday, would mandate schools to teach interacting with law enforcement "in a manner marked by mutual cooperation and respect."
For 700 million kids around the world, childhood ends too soon.
If the defeat of terrorist groups means the destruction of childhood and the death of dreams across much of the world, what kind of victory will that be?
Lawyers are calling the heavy-handed approach of immigration authorities toward these youngsters—the youngest is only 3—unprecedented.