August 2017 Archives

A middle school math curriculum created under an open license goes live—and its creators want it to give the big publishing houses a run for their money.

Researchers from the University of South Florida are testing a curriculum aimed at helping high-achieving high school students cope with the stress of taking advanced and college-level courses.

A university professor details how the TV program can be used to teach cultural geography education and gives tips for adapting it in high schools.

Here are four things for teachers to keep in mind as they design curricula for next Monday's total solar eclipse.

The district doesn't think so and plans to move ahead with the new sex education curriculum despite opposition from some parents.

Does the 14th Amendment to the Constitution guarantee access to literacy instruction? A lawsuit makes that provocative argument.

Board members didn't act on a resolution to revoke Alabama's version of the Common Core State Standards.

Students who reported being surrounded by peers enthusiastic about science in high school are more likely to say they want to pursue STEM careers.

Board members are grappling with whether the main exams still need be administered every two years, and the relevance of a test measuring long-term educational trends.

What we don't know outweighs what we do know about how people comprehend what they read on a digital screen rather than on the printed page, a review finds.

A pilot program, supported by a $1.4 million federal grant and led by researchers from the Johns Hopkins Science of Learning Institute, aims to test whether lessons incorporated into a 3rd grade science curriculum can boost spatial skills.


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