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The attorneys general in Illinois and Colorado write about the importance of mental-health services for troubled students.
The passing score on licensing tests is lower in every state than the mean score of the pool of aspiring teachers taking the tests.
Investment needs for teacher training, curriculum materials, and assessments are likely to slow the pace of implementation.
In attempting to bring "MOOCs" to the world of teacher training, Coursera and its university partners are courting a new and potentially vast audience.
The federal program is in danger of becoming as outdated and insufficient as a sputtering dial-up connection in a Wi-Fi world, many ed-tech leaders say.
Institutions such as zoos and museums, as well as after-school programs and science competitions, could relieve capacity concerns.
As states weigh dropping the common core, policymakers must consider whether that would jeopardize federal NCLB waivers and competitive grants.
With "augmented reality" technology, teachers can transform a pond or an empty lot into a vibrant classroom.
Plaintiffs in a long-running lawsuit challenging Arizona's practice of educating ELL learners in separate English-language classes for four hours a day are appealing a federal court ruling that upheld the practice.
Backers of the common core intensify their efforts to tout the standards in the face of high-profile opposition in some states.
Our country is in trouble. That's the key takeaway from Sara Martinez Tucker's experience as the undersecretary in the U.S. Department of Education.
All that time cutting paper and tracing shapes helps young pupils master math later on, according to new research.
Congressional Republicans may eye changes to the National Science Foundation’s grant review process.