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Often the neglected part of STEM education, engineering is making inroads into the precollegiate sphere.
Some 45,000 teachers nationwide are using the Engineering Is Elementary program, more than triple the number of five years ago.
The computerized exam will ask students to apply their knowledge of technology and engineering principles to solve problems.
A new study finds that increasing enrollment in advanced math classes before high school hasn't led to higher math performance for states on the national assessment in the subject.
After being condemned as discriminatory in the 1990s, grouping students by academic ability seems to be back in vogue with a new generation of teachers, according to an analysis of federal teacher data.
The Education Department will consider granting the 12 original Race to the Top grantees extensions to complete their work.
At the expense of creation, our classrooms have become too focused on celebrating the lives of others, writes Stephen R. Herr.
Nearly 18 months after its conception, the nonprofit Connect to Compete organization recently launched programs aimed at Americans without home broadband Internet access, including tens of millions of students.
New studies highlight that complex roles that neighborhoods, schools, interests, and academic expectations can play in school-selection processes.
Under a federal grant program, 11 states are using student surveys and select data to monitor and address issues around safety, discipline, and engagement.
New York took an unorthodox route in buying curriculum that teachers now say students won’t have time to digest before being tested.
Hanna Skandera, New Mexico's secretary-designate of education, pushes ahead with agenda, despite lawmakers' inaction on her confirmation.