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American University study of the D.C. Healthy Schools Act links physical education time to math competency.
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The president’s budget proposal would invest in K-12 computer science and preschool, college for needy students.
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Rather than importing education strategies from abroad, states should look closer to home, write Martin Carnoy, Emma Garcia, and Tatiana Khavenson.
The Federal Trade Commission is taking a closer look at the evidence behind "brain training" products designed to boost students' attention and working memory.
In a Pennsylvania town roiled by controversy after a superintendent’s resignation, a volunteer group’s efforts seek to rebuild trust between the community and school district.
Many states rely too heavily on standardized testing, open their doors too easily to charters and vouchers, and fall short in supporting teachers, the Network for Public Education says.
The agency's chief information officer was on the congressional hot seat over allegations outlined in an Inspector General's report.
The K-12 infatuation with "grit" offers an impractical and unfair model for education, writes educator James R. Delisle.
In the rush to put high-stakes standardized testing online, school reformers enamored with education technology haven't made sure the system actually works.
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After finding common ground on K-12 legislation, Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) are turning their attention to higher education.