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Common Core State Standards are being used in 43 states, but many have opted to use annual exams not associated with the two -More-
Sixty-four percent of people taking part in a recent survey said they believe there should be less focus on standardized test -More-
Teachers can access websites to find high-quality informational texts aligned with lessons under the Common Core State Standa -More-
Student council members at a Pennsylvania middle school recently filled and distributed 125 backpacks with new school supplie -More-
A study in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B revealed that teens with friends in a good mood may reduce their ch -More-
The Christa McAuliffe Reach for the Stars Award was established to help classroom teachers "reach for the stars" and make his -More-
Constitution Day is Sept. 17. NCSS has collected a list of resources from our publications, and other organizations. Read on. -More-
Check out this week's posts on SmartBlog on Education. Want to join our blogger community? -More-
Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful are caught as often as the bold.
Helen Keller, author and political activist -More-
Banners at Va. college show parents where to drop off their ‘baby girl’ for ‘a good time’
Old Dominion University's president apologized for banners hung by students on campus and emphasized that the school does not tolerate sexual assault.
The Learning Network: The Learning Network Student Council: An Opportunity for Students Honored in Our Summer Reading Contest
We’re looking for up to 10 students to participate in this experimental first fall semester — but, if it works the way we hope it will, we’ll open up applications to other students in the spring.
Nineteen senators signed a letter saying that the Washington state Supreme Court has overstepped its authority by ordering the state to pay sanctions because of lack of progress on an education funding plan.