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A graphic Commentary from TASC's Lucy Friedman shows a widening investment gap in after-school learning.
Teachers should draw on historical texts to give life to the literacy objectives of the common-core standards, Stanford University's Sam Wineburg writes.
The push by the assessment consortia to establish high targets for when students are deemed "college ready" risks causing a steep drop in test-takers' results.
One of the groups building common-core assessments is enacting a process to ensure that tech products are compatible with the tests, including certification of devices in exchange for an annual fee.
Too few educators aspire to the principalship, says Bain & Co., in a new report that lays out some strategies for fixing that problem.
The group of "anti-establishment" state schools chiefs remains firm on common-core accountability even as individual members chart their own course through implementation of the standards.
Evidence is growing that late-in-the-day exposure to artificial light from energy-efficient lamps, computers, and other electronic devices can disrupt sleep cycles.
A new study goes beyond biology to explain some of the social changes that play a role in deteriorating sleep habits during students’ teenage years.
Building a strong sense of community in a school is an effective way to head off bullying before it happens, says Jim Dillon, of the Center for Leadership and Bullying Prevention.
Once in danger of losing its $75 million federal grant, Hawaii is using its Race to the Top money in a way that has converted even some critics.
Keaau Elementary School in Hawaii used its status as a Race to the Top "zone of innovation" school to raise money to give each student a computer.
At Keaau High School on Hawaii's "Big Island," the principal utilized federal Race to the Top money to help turn around a low-performing school.
U.S. businesses working in China are moving aggressively to secure a piece of the market for curriculum and digital-content management, building on success in other areas of the education market.
Depending on how the Kansas Supreme Court rules in a school finance lawsuit, state lawmakers could be facing a big bill.