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Tennessee is allowing arts teachers to submit their students' work as one yardstick of how well they contribute to the children's achievement.
Companies such as Kaplan and Pearson are mentoring startups on how to refine their products and services to succeed in the K-12 marketplace.
State education budgets still haven’t recovered sufficiently from the Great Recession in 2007, concludes a 48-state report released last week by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
As more districts trim the school week to cope with budget crunches, the WACO district is doing so to expand student enrichment opportunities and teachers' professional development.
As it considers reauthorizing the Education Sciences Reform Act, a House panel assesses IES' stewardship of school research.
The global market for learning games and simulations is expanding, but experts say the level of interest does not appear to be as evident in K-12 schools.
The standards will elevate the profession, better prepare teacher-candidates, and ensure that new teachers have the skills they need to improve student outcomes, write Mary Brabeck and Christopher Koch.
Teachers who have been fired because of flawed evaluations will not have their day in court, write W. James Popham and Marguerita K. DeSander.
The number of students arrested in Connecticut schools has declined in recent years, but many of those arrests were avoidable, according to an advocacy group report.
Higher levels of aerobic fitness can bolster a child's ability to learn and remember information, according to a study in the online journal PLOS ONE.
Parents who yell at their children are likely to make bad behavior worse, according to a University of Pittsburgh study.