The Jefferson County, Colo., Board of Education has moved ahead with a proposed review of the Advanced Placement U.S. -More-
The Office for Civil Rights of the Department of Education has released guidelines to help school districts curb racial inequ -More-
October is Connected Educator Month. -More-
Students in a Louisiana high school recently participated in "Project Be There," a weeklong anti-bullying awareness campaig -More-
Some students at a California elementary school learned fractions and teamwork by creating designs for a new city park. -More-
The schedule and program for the 2014 CUFA Conference at the NCSS Annual Conference is now available. Learn more. -More-
NCSS seeks members to serve as reviewers of university social studies teacher education programs for the Council for the Accr -More-
Taking a chance and stepping beyond the safety of the world we've always known is the only way to grow.
Wil Wheaton, American actor -More-
The Alexandria School Board on Thursday night inched closer to installing lights at the T.C. Williams High School football field, a process that could take years but already has raised the ire of neighbors.Read full article >>
Recent cases in New Jersey and Brooklyn highlight how online communications have blurred boundaries between students and teachers.
A Jefferson County school board proposal to ensure that U.S. history courses promote citizenship and patriotism and downplay civil disobedience led to weeks of student protests in the suburban Denver district.
Before my son started school, I shared my parents’ hippie view of the P.T.A. as a perfect-parent filled hassle and just another part of The Establishment trying to squelch creativity out of learning.
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What family dinner really looks like at our house: tacos, noodles, slow-cooker curry with mixed success and a meatloaf from the freezer.