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After a student posted allegations on social media, protests began at Howard University by students demanding better treatment for those who report sexual assaults.
Educational technology can help students develop important social and emotional skills and character traits, concludes a report from the World Economic Forum and the Boston Consulting Group.
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Funds from the Investing in Innovation program have helped some rural high schools in North Carolina to ramp up their dual enrollment efforts.
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A recent poll of nearly a million U.S. students concludes that schools need to work on building supports to keep students invested in their educations, especially as they advance in grades.
Advocates for parent and community engagement see a chance to expand on their impact under the Every Student Succeeds Act.
A two-year experimental study of the National Writing Project shows that the program has a positive effect on teachers' instructional practices and their students' writing.
The newly elected chancellor of the state Board of Regents said Monday that she would pull her own children out of state tests if she were acting simply as a parent, bolstering critics who favor dramatic changes in the state's common-core testing system.
As state leaders look ahead to ESSA implementation, the common standards offer key insight, writes Thomas J. Kane.
Different education tests are built with different purposes. So why are we using them interchangeably? asks W. James Popham.
Investing in a child's health and education, even before she is born, has lifelong benefits, writes Sarah Klaus.
Schools should teach students empathy to counter hate and disrupt violence, write Maya Soetoro-Ng and Alison Milofsky.