Proposed legislation would lower the number of end-of-course exams as well as the number of core courses students must take.
A Virginia middle school is partnering with the University of Virginia to use 3-D printing technologies to teach science and engineering concepts.
Whether charter schools fairly serve children with special needs is a complicated question, write Robin Lake and Alex Medler.
Concerns about the well-being of children of gay parents came up as the Supreme Court heard arguments on same-sex marriage.
The U.S. Department of Education is weighing details of an application by nine California districts for a waiver under the No Child Left Behind Act.
The new science standards—if paired with finely tuned assessments—have the potential to generate great improvement, writes Arthur H. Camins.
Gov. Jan Brewer is backing an unusual effort to tie a relatively small portion of school funding to districts' performance on the state’s A-F grading system.
The Incubator School marks the latest effort in the Los Angeles Unified district to spark innovation through "pilot" schools.
Retired teacher Laurie Barnoski offers suggestions for how school administrators can support teachers at a time when the education landscape is changing.
Professor Gumperz created a subfield, known as interactional sociolinguistics, that studies exchanges in a range of social situations, especially discourse across cultures.
After being a dedicated college applicant for more than a year, I might be expected to understand the admissions process better. Ironically, I am only more baffled by it.