schools

The Florida ‘Teacher of the Year’ Who Allegedly Assaulted a Student to Prove She’s Not Racist

A school in the Sunshine State recognized a teacher for her excellence as an educator, but just two days later, a Black student said she attacked her for posting about how she’d used the n-word in class

How TikTok and Snapchat Became the Surveillance State in the Classroom

Does video recording in the classroom keep teachers accountable, or just keep them in fear?

The Punishment Rarely Fits the Crime for Misbehaving Boys in School

Three members of the American Psychological Association’s Task Force on Boys in School explain why boys are punished more often than girls — and what their predominantly white, female teachers have to do with it

What Could an ‘Incel Curriculum’ for Students Look Like?

The U.K. wants teachers to talk to their students about the harms of incel culture. But can they really combat the pull of online forums for disaffected young men?