An aligned textbook appears to help teachers engage students in certain math practices, a report concludes.
Thanks to a $4.5 million grant, the nonprofit Playworks will expand opportunities for purposeful play to more than 130,000 kids in 350 schools in southeast Michigan and western New York.
A majority of Texas high schools fail to obtain and distribute voter registration applications to eligible students, a new analysis concludes.
Digital literacy experts question why the materials don't touch on issues Facebook is uniquely positioned to speak to—like the use of algorithms and the implications of targeted advertising.
Smarter Balanced has gotten its first approval under the U.S. Department of Education's testing peer-review process.
Edward Clapp, a senior research manager on the Agency by Design initiative at Harvard explains how maker-centered learning can empower young people to shape the world around them.
The state is a stone's throw away from establishing the country's first action civics requirements in secondary schools.
Swing states are experiencing a surge in youth voter registration following the wave of student activism triggered by the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., an analysis of voter-registration data finds.
A lawsuit arguing that the California constitution's right to a basic education includes access to literacy has cleared a major hurdle.
The College Board has reversed course on its plan to eliminate content on pre-colonial Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the Middle East from Advanced Placement World History.