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Two researchers suggest evidence-based classroom practices that help teachers promote a positive and secure student learning environment.
The promise of free tuition lured 16,000 students to Tennessee colleges this year; now state officials are working to keep them there.
As big districts like New York and Chicago gear up to teach computer science, the coding lessons are already going full tilt in Avondale, Ariz., schools.
A consolidation plan for Fayette County schools pushed by West Virginia's state chief aims to shutter delapidated facilities and open a new one, but has proven divisive.
The quality of education for tens of thousands of locked-up juveniles significantly lags that of their peers in public schools, advocates say.
When students have a positive mindset about math, their brains operate more efficiently, according to researchers from Stanford University.
Many claims about the merits of school reform are "awash in misguided convictions," argues UFT president Michael Mulgrew.
Under the Every Student Succeeds Act, states would get significant leeway in a wide range of areas, with the U.S. Department of Education seeing its hands-on role in accountability scaled back considerably. Here are key highlights.
A suburban Chicago district has reached a settlement with the U.S. Department of Education's office for civil rights over its treatment of a transgender student, the federal agency announced Thursday.
The number of Michigan districts in financial distress has declined for the first time in a dozen years, a turnaround to a trend that saw the number grow annually as schools struggled with declining enrollment and increased costs.