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A new report cites inaccurate assessments of the needs of students entering the system, poor coordination between teaching and learning, and inconsistency in curricula as significant problems.
Gov. Bill Haslam's signature proposal to create a program that would cover tuition at two-year colleges for any high school graduate is headed to his desk after passing the House on Tuesday.
A variety of education groups and government officials alike assess the states' strengths and challenges in the early stages of common-core implementation.
Researchers are examining whether language in teacher contracts could be contributing to the teacher-quality gap between schools with large and small concentrations of minority students.
Giving students the educational challenges they are "ready and hungry" for is important, regardless of whether they have been designated as "gifted," five experts in the field write.
Funding changes will pour more money into Kansas schools in a bid to satisfy a state supreme court ruling on aid.
The House education committee gave unanimous backing to a measure making over the Institute of Education Sciences.
Specialized tests aligned to the Common Core State Standards are being field-tested for students with severe cognitive disabilities.
At a national meeting of education researchers this month, scholars shared lessons learned so far from standards implementation in some states and districts.
Researchers at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association shared some practical strategies for teaching students that intelligence is not immutable.
After severing its ties with the controversial data-management company, the state must determine how it will store and organize student information.
American 15-year-olds scored above average among the 44 nations taking part in a new test designed to measure creative problem-solving skills.