The two states are the first in 20 years to add such a requirement.


Computer science education and STEM education would get extra attention and resources under a proposal released by Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.


The curriculum review website EdReports.org released its first round of results for high school math textbooks—and three of the major publishers performed quite poorly.


Amazon is launching a new platform with thousands of free lesson plans, activities, and other instructional materials for teachers.


A recent survey finds that teachers say the common-core standards have led them to focus more on teaching writing than they have in the past, and yet they haven't gotten the proper training to do so.


Albuquerque expands its ethnic studies courses, and Los Angeles reintroduces a committee focused on the subject.


A change to the federal AP/IB program under the Every Student Succeeds Act means states and districts will need to think hard about continuing to cover low-income students' testing fees.


Elementary and middle school math teachers have mixed feelings on the Common Core State Standards, saying both that they set unrealistic expectations and will have long-term benefits, according to the results of a survey.


U.S. Education Secretary John B. King Jr. called on schools to help foster "making"—or hands-on creating, building, and tinkering—by giving students space for that sort of innovation.


Starting in 2017, students in Louisiana schools will learn cursive writing in 3rd grade—and they'll keep getting instruction on it through graduation.


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