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The subject is getting a fresh look from state and local policymakers, with many pushing measures to expand access to computing courses.
Only Pennsylvania fully links up data between five major early-childhood programs and its own K-12 data system, a new survey finds.
Legislators in some states say that putting school board elections on the same calendar as other local races could boost often-anemic turnout.
The pressure on schools to upgrade their technology is growing very fast right now, but they will not see the new E-rate dollars until 2015.
The charter-management group in Chicago is taking a novel approach to building a corps of highly qualified, and racially diverse, teacher-candidates by recruiting its alumni.
The test-maker says the goal of its new offering is to serve not only as an assessment, but also as a learning tool for prospective educators.
Competition from free, public preschool programs can siphon off clients from private early-education providers and potentially limit options in some communities.
Entrepreneurial growth in U.S. cities is generated more by high school diplomas and college degrees than by venture capital investments or government funding, says new research.
Students need outdoor recess and movement throughout the day in order to stay focused and perform better academically, writes Debbie Rhea.
"Individualized learning plans" empower students to plot a postsecondary course, whether for college or careers, write V. Scott Solberg and Curtis Richards.
Even though it's a state under Democratic control, California's education policies do not fall in line with those of the Obama administration, writes Charles Taylor Kerchner.