Parents throughout France now need to think twice before spanking children who misbehave.
New peanut allergy guidelines: Even high-risk kids high risk should try them, experts say.
Beginning in March, big changes are coming to the dreaded SAT, including a new structure and a revised scoring system. Rob Franek, publisher of the Princeton Review's "Cracking the New SAT," visits TODAY to explain what parents need to know.
A new report released Wednesday and endorsed by more than 80 colleges and universities nationwide is recommending some stunning changes in the application process, including possibly making standardized testing optional or lessening its importance.
The TODAY anchors bravely ventured into the world of teen texting lingo, with Savannah Guthrie quizzing the crew on terminology.
Eighty-eight of 100 schools in Detroit have been closed due to a "sick-out" held by teachers upset with the conditions they are working in. MSNBC's Cal Perry reports on the protests.