Forty-one states now have instructional requirements for arts education at all levels (elementary, middle, and high school), though only 17 states have policies regarding assessment in the subject, according to a new report.


Illinois has officially adopted the Next Generation Science Standards.


At a public secondary school focused on engineering, health, and medicine just outside Portland, Ore., students build marble sorters and learn about the human body.


New data from the Office of Civil Rights indicates that racial minorities were underrepresented in gifted-and-talented programs and Advanced Placement classes, among other areas.


Wyoming's governor signed into law a budget bill that included a footnote forbidding the state board of education from reviewing or adopting the Next Generation Science Standards,


State Commissioner Pam Stewart says Florida will go with assessments from the American Institutes of Research rather than the PARCC testing consortium.


The measure would increase course requirements in science, foreign languages, and the arts.


Here's a look at what the revisions to the SAT mean for the math portion and what two math experts think of the changes.


The additional time will allow for some final "quality checking" of the trial assessments' features beginning later this month.


A year and a half after rejecting every reading and math program that vendors offered Louisiana, Superintendent John White announces a suite of curriculum materials and guidance to help teachers evaluate publishers' offerings.


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