The new College-Board-approved AP readiness program launches in 100 schools in the fall.
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Only a handful of states will still be offering the test in its entirety after this spring's testing season.
The nonprofit makes an unusual foray into state policy as it unveils record numbers of students who took one of its computer science exams.
A new vision for good assessment systems urges states to adopt approaches that include classroom work or performance tasks that provide meaningful gauges of student learning.
Broward County, Fla., where a school shooting claimed 17 lives, faces the challenges of responding both to student trauma—and the longer-term grieving process.
An audit reveals the district is years behind in matching textbooks to its state reading and math standards.
It says that CTE funding should be limited to "high demand" fields.
A few critics say it could be a sign of problems with the test; Smarter Balanced officials say detailed analyses are coming.
Momentum for teaching finance in schools has stalled recently, according to a new report from the Council for Economic Education. The Council's president has some ideas on how to change that.
The first cohort of 9th graders to enter under the new policy didn't have lower rates of Algebra 2 completion.
The bestselling author of the memoir-in-verse Brown Girl Dreaming was recently named the National Ambassador for Young People's Literature. Here's how she plans to use her new platform.
What students received is fragmented, glossed over, or sanitized, says the report.