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Students learn criminal investigation from police officers

Some middle-grades students in Ohio learned how to apply science and math skills during a weeklong camp on investigating crim -More

Pa. student-artists paint portraits of US leaders for service project

National Art Honor Society students at a Pennsylvania high school recently created portraits of notable historical figures wi -More

How flipping the classroom helps personalize instruction

The flipped instructional method gives teachers more time to reinvent what learning looks like in the classroom, write educat -More

College Board reports more AP exam test-takers, rising scores

Should test scores drive high-stakes decisions?

Statistical models and scaling practices used for standardized test scoring may produce misleading data, according to a recen -More

Study: Civic unrest may take a toll on students

Civic unrest may disrupt learning, potentially reducing student achievement and contributing to chronic absences, according t -More

Should educators teach students about police interactions?

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