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Colleges develop new ways to help students with weak records catch up
An Education Week survey finds smaller shifts in testing this year as more states embrace the SAT and ACT and the number of states using PARCC or Smarter Balanced holds steady.
History students at an Illinois high school recently designed posters honoring key African-American figures for a virtual mus -More-
Front-loading a whole novel lesson with background knowledge is essential in helping students understand and engage with the -More-
Educators may bring subconscious bias to grading, math teacher Robert Ahdoot writes in this blog post. -More-
Northern Kentucky University has launched a pilot program in which education students spend four days each week in an element -More-
Three teachers at this year's TCEA Conference in Austin, Texas, offered insights into how they are using Google Expeditions. -More-
Teachers say their middle- and high-school students are more engaged than ever in politics. -More-
Incarceration of a parent touches the lives of about 1 in 28 children, according to the National Resource Center on Children -More-
This week, NCSS Executive Director Larry Paska focuses on the second century of social studies as we know it. Read more.
Tina Heafner, a professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, has been elected vice president of National Counc
In our society ... those who are in reality superior in intelligence can be accepted by their fellows only if they pretend they are not.
Marya Mannes, writer and broadcast commentator