The provocative idea in the city's bid is not fleshed out, but it comes as more districts and educators struggle to articulate the appropriate role of businesses in K-12 education.
March 2018 Archives
Students at a New Jersey high school can virtually dissect the human body, thanks to the purchase of cutting edge technology typically available only to medical students. But are digital dissections the best way to teach biology and anatomy?
The Smarter Balanced group rejects the argument that its test was technically flawed in 2016-17, and produces new data to back its case.
A federal committee failed to analyze performance data on the more than 160 federal programs that promote STEM education and research.
A new project called MediaWise, backed by a $3 million Google grant, aims to teach young people how to tell fact from fiction online.
A study links financial literacy requirements in three states to better credit outcomes for young people in their first few years after high school.
Achieve will offer the badge to science units it deems well aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards.
Girls are interested in science, technology, engineering, and math, but more needs to be done to prepare them for success in these fields, according to a report from the ACT college-testing service.
A study of more than 140,000 college students' records found that student access to more high school STEM classes didn't predict whether they would major in or earn a degree in a STEM field.
Early experience with science can help youngsters develop critical problem-solving skills, but many parents feel ill-equipped to pursue the subject with their children, according to a new survey.
Marvel Studios' "Black Panther" is now a big hit in classrooms.
Twenty-three states' testing contracts expire this year, probably leading to more change in providers and tests, a new report says.