Two Palo Duro students are proving success runs in the family.
According to the Pew Research Center, 43 percent of teens with Internet access are shopping online.
Kids may think their teachers know everything, but according to a recent article in Converge Magazine for educators, when teachers mess up every now and then everybody learns something
Peyton Fyke is a senior at North Heights in Amarillo, and he is classified as homeless.
According to a recent Time magazine article, the afternoon coffee break for an energy boost -- may just become a generational thing.
A new survey of U.S. teens reported in Education Week reveals that students highly value the subjects of math and science and understand the important role those subjects play in their futures.
No one likes making mistakes. But mistakes lead to learning and growth.
There are a number of factors that weigh into whether their child will have sex at a young age but few may realize just how powerful those factors are.
New research published in the Archives of General Psychiatry shows that children with ADHD are at an increased risk for depression and suicidal thoughts -- and very well may need treatment for both.
According to the organization Citizenship Through Sports Alliance, 70% of kids quit youth sports by the time they are 14.
There's lots of personal information shared on today's social networks: Birthdates, phone numbers and photos.
It may sound ironic, but 40 companies that make our favorite junk foods are joining together to fight obesity, committing $20 million toward exercise awareness.
Most depressed adolescents and teenagers who get treatment with drugs, therapy or both will get some relief, but nearly half will relapse within five years.
An Associated Press/MTV poll of college students finds that being connected by technology 24/7 comes at a cost.
It is a time of their life when they still think they can live forever. But then something happens.
Is technology actually fueling today's teen anxiety? Is this real life or just really stressful for today's teens?
This fall, the Irving Independent School District in Texas implemented a new policy that homework would no longer count toward a student's grades.
A review of the current state of publicly funded preschool confirms that the benefits of preschool education are long-lasting.
While it can happen any day of the year, the 2010 national Mix It Up at Lunch Day is Tuesday, November 9.
American life in the 1930s... The stock market fell by 90 percent.
Want kids to eat a healthier lunch at school?
Lisa is a working mom. Sometimes she works long hours away from home, away from her three teenage children.
Everybody needs a little playtime.
Every October, kids in schools around the country participate in Red Ribbon Week activities with powerful messages about the risks and results of drugs, alcohol and tobacco.
Every October, students around the country celebrate Red Ribbon Week... talking about a lifestyle without drugs, alcohol and tobacco.
Every October, girls and boys around the country celebrate Red Ribbon Week ? and learn about the realities of substance abuse.
Students of all ages, all around the country celebrate Red Ribbon Week in late October ... and pledge to a drug-free lifestyle.
In an effort to improve test scores, a great many schools are taking time away from physical education and using it for more time in class.
Thirteen-year-old Lindsay loves to write.
Many American students spend some time studying abroad ? some during their high school years, many in college.
According to the U.S. Department of Education, students with learning and physical disabilities are far less likely to go to college than their high school classmates.
For teens sensitive to social codes and being accepted, being one of the popular, cool kids can lead to increased drug and alcohol consumption.
In America today, we spend billions helping young children learn to read.
Taking time to talk with your children about current events, and adding in a little math, can help students develop better reasoning and math skills ? and perform better at school
Most parents don't see much good in video games: they consume hours of time, provide little exercise, and they're often violent.
Teens have always been concerned about their appearances.
Even in the best neighborhoods, groups of teens just "hanging out" can lead to problems.
A study to be published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior says that college students who are on Facebook while studying or doing homework wind up getting 20 percent lower grades than students who don't log on while studying.
New U.S. Census data indicates that the number of children being raised by grandparents has risen sharply from 2007 to 2008 ? the first year of what's now called the great recession.
She's been to 47 states and four countries, and she's only 14.
Converge magazine for educators reports that school districts across the country are evaluating punishments and policies regarding cyberbullying.
Enok is a 7th grader at Sam Houston Middle School.
New research finds that children who eat school lunches are more likely to become overweight.
Canyon ISD unveils a new driving simulator they hope will teach students the dangers of distracted or impaired driving.
The new school year means lots of try outs. And not everyone can make the cut.
The start the school year brings lots of new things... and for many students that means a brand new school.