An administrative law judge has cleared Minnesota to proceed with the implementation of new standards for social studies, after ruling against complaints that the document revealed a liberal bias.

The Smarter Balanced consortium decides to affiliate with a research group for future work and defines student performance at each testing level.

One state begins considering an anti-common-core bill, while another ends that debate.

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute is providing $22.5 million over five years to expand the UTeach approach to preparing math and science educators.

Achievement gaps persist by gender persist across the globe, a new study finds, with boys lagging in reading and girls lagging in math.

Nebraska, one of the few states that has not adopted the common standards, sends a signal that it could be reconsidering.

Many students who completed Algebra I and geomery courses with an 'honors' label were not very rigorous, a new study finds.

PARCC becomes a nonprofit to help it stay afloat after federal money runs out in 2014.

The Carnegie Corporation of New York is providing $319,000 to support work in states on laying the groundwork for adoption and implementation of the "next generation" science standards.

A new books makes the case for how young people can become passionate about STEM learning through making, playing, and designing.

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