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Even as society rushes to embrace STEM, schools must emphasize the critical importance of also teaching the humanities, Fred Zilian writes.
Large-scale and ambitious education initiatives hold no academic promises for students, writes researcher Hunter Gehlbach.
Schools have an obligation to be mindful of the workload they place on students' shoulders, writes Thomas Bonnell.
Through an exhibit and teacher programs, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum offers up a nontraditional take on events.
The number of students who took the Advanced Placement computer science exam skyrocketed last year, but females and minority students remained underrepresented.
Complaints by two New York districts prompted the investigation by the U.S. Department of Education's office for civil rights.
States looking to renew NCLB waivers while they transition to new assessments ask to freeze school ratings in place for one year, the Education Department says.
Differentiated instruction adds depth and complexity to teaching, but it's all but impossible to implement in today's classrooms, James Delisle writes.
Ethnic-studies classes will soon become a staple in both the Los Angeles and San Francisco districts.