NPR - Education Students March; DeVos Gets Grilled; The Funding Gap Widens 2018-03-24T06:45:14.000000000-04:00 School funding fairness, politically active students and more in the weekly education news roundup. What You Need To Know About Kids' Screen Time Right Now 2018-03-24T06:00:14.000000000-04:00 There's so much information — and anxiety — out there about how much time your kids should spend using devices. Here's our video guide to balancing the need for limits with the potential benefits. Advice For Student Activists: It's A Marathon, Not A Sprint 2018-03-23T06:00:13.000000000-04:00 Youth activism in America has a long and complicated history. As students flood streets around the country, two activists offer advice to those marching. Parkland Survivor On 'March For Our Lives' 2018-03-23T05:01:00.000000000-04:00 Nationwide protests against gun violence will be held on Saturday. NPR's Noel King speaks to Cameron Kasky, who survived the Florida school shooting, about organizing the "March for Our Lives." 'We Should Have Been The Last': Kentucky Shooting Survivors Inspired By Parkland 2018-03-23T05:00:00.000000000-04:00 In January, a student in Marshall County, Ky. killed two classmates and injured 18 more. The survivors were still grieving when the students at Stoneman Douglas began a national protest movement. Poll: Most U.S. Teachers Want Gun Control, Not Guns To Carry 2018-03-22T06:06:00.000000000-04:00 A Gallup poll finds teachers support measures like background checks for gun buyers, but little enthusiasm for bearing arms. Teachers And Those Magical OK Go Videos: A Match Made In Science? 2018-03-21T12:40:00.000000000-04:00 If you're a rock band, and thousands of teachers and students are using your hugely popular music videos in the classroom, why not help them out? Classroom Skeleton: Whose Bones Are These? 2018-03-20T16:58:00.000000000-04:00 Remember that skeleton hanging in the front of your classroom? In some schools, those were actual human remains. We used science to figure out the story behind one of them. Democrats Grill DeVos On Guns, Schools And Money 2018-03-20T16:51:00.000000000-04:00 The education secretary was on Capitol Hill to talk about the proposed budget for her department. She got an earful from Democrats. Forget Wealth And Neighborhood. The Racial Income Gap Persists 2018-03-19T17:51:00.000000000-04:00 A new study finds that the gap is actually largest in America's wealthiest neighborhoods, challenging widely-held beliefs about the relative impacts of class and race on life outcomes.