Some Rhode Island educators are expanding the view of Thanksgiving by encouraging students to look at the holiday from a vari -More-
Sixth-grade students in David Cooper's social studies class are learning about Greek mythology through lessons, including wor -More-
Teacher-training programs would be required to track multiple measures for graduates under proposed rules recently released b -More-
More schools in Washington, D.C., are adopting blended-learning programs. -More-
High-school students in Texas recently participated in a mock legislative assembly during the University Interscholastic Leag -More-
Third- and fourth-graders in the Spirit Club at Fairview Elementary School in Indiana recently collected 1,000 items during a -More-
While the modern story of Thanksgiving describes the original feast as a friendly gathering of neighbors, in reality it had m -More-
In this article from the September/October 2010 "Social Studies and the Young Learner," the authors share four strategies to -More-
In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, the NCSS SmartBrief will not publish on Friday, Nov. 28. -More-
Leo Rosten, Russian-American teacher and writer -More-
Before he lost his ability to speak, one of my son’s favorite questions was, “Mommy, what are you thankful for?” Over the Thanksgiving we spent in the intensive care unit, I continued to answer the question he could no longer ask.
The comptroller, Scott M. Stringer, said New York City had so far missed out on receiving as much as $120 million from the federal government because of an investigation into the Education Department.