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Advocates for college athletes are seeking new ways to influence policy after their bid to unionize football players at Northwestern was defeated.
In spite of its success, the federal School Improvement Grants program could be dismantled, writes researcher Greg Anrig.
Teachers need training to help students transition back to school after psychiatric illness, writes Laura C. Murray.
A group of first and second-year school leaders assembled by the National Association of Elementary School Principals provides support and data to one another.
The education policy stakes surrounding races in Kentucky, Louisiana, and Mississippi are high and could have an impact on the national discussion about common core.
A video by a sorority at the University of Alabama was pulled after criticism of its portrayal of women -- shown dancing and frolicking in swimsuits -- and lack of diversity.
The Learning Network: Summer Reading Contest Winner, Week 8 | Outrage Over a Lion’s Death is the Definition of Hypocrisy
Our top winner is MatthewPRHSLions2015, who wrote about the outrage directed at Cecil the lion’s killer. We also selected seven excellent Runners-Up and eight Honorable Mentions.
According to the poll, released by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, 86 percent of Americans support the standards required by a 2010 law, including providing more fruits and vegetables.
The 2015 framework for teaching AP U.S. History may be drawing criticism, but historians, on the whole, think they are just fine.