Teachers College professor Anand Marri argues that students and teachers need to take a big-picture view of economic and financial literacy.


Much like their 4th and 8th grade peers, high school seniors have lost ground in math over the last two years, according to the most recent scores on a national achievement test.


A 16-year-old Arizona student created an app to help students prepare for the state's newly required civics test. Students who use it are rewarded with sandwiches from McDonald's.


The late singer/songwriter was the driving force behind an initiative called #YesWeCode.


A group alleging that Kansas science standards will result in anti-religious instruction in public schools lacked standing, the federal appeals court in Denver ruled.


The White House is celebrating federal, state and local initiatives intended to help young children learn more about science, technology, engineering, and math.


Students and teachers are searching through local newspaper archives to discover how American newspapers reported on Nazi Germany.


In a new paper, Stanford professor Jo Boaler argues that math teachers should use more visual approaches in their classrooms, including encouraging students to use their fingers to count and represent quantities.


A new research study has found that students perform better in math classes held in the morning than those held in the afternoon.


In common-core states, nearly all math and language arts teachers are at least somewhat reliant on materials they've developed or selected themselves, according to a new nationally representative survey.


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