In this month’s feature, Are You Following the Herd?, we tackle a subtle form of peer pressure. This activity from Choices teacher-adviser Amy Lauren Smith will encourage students to ask their families for help dealing with it.

This week, we discuss best practices for talking to overwhelmed teens, adolescent inventors, and more!

After engaging in this month's debate,  Is it OK to Buy Cheap Clothes?this activity will help your students learn how to be conscious consumers by researching clothing retailers.

This week in news about teens, we discuss teens' favorite things, using early-childhood education in the high school classroom, and more!

Fake health news is everywhere—and it’s just one piece of a dangerous online epidemic. We have the resources you need for teaching your middle and high school students the digital literacy skills they need to spot fake news: fascinating non-fiction, thought-provoking worksheets, and even a game you can project on your whiteboard!

This week in news about teens, we discuss a teen who's giving back, how social media can benefit teens, and more!