Twenty-five states unveil draft descriptions that will shape the tests that will be required of millions of students.


Rocco Landesman, a former Broadway theater producer, announced yesterday that he will retire as the chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts by year's end.


ALEC,an influential advocacy group with a conservative bent, has decided to remain neutral on the common core.


States and professional organizations are creating a document intended to help states that wish to redesign their own standards in that subject.


The report, crafted by a panel of experts convened by the National Research Council, argues that its proposed set of indicators has the potential to provide insights into key elements of the K-12 education system in STEM that are difficult to glean from current data-collection systems.


Efforts to expand participation in computer science education at the K-12 and postsecondary levels are getting a lift from a $6.2 million federal grant.


The Center for Student Work provides concrete examples of student projects that align with the common standards.


The Education Week staff offers a package of stories that examine the changing literacy landscape.


Improving STEM education is a popular theme among winning applications in the most recent round of the Investing in Innovation grant competition, announced last week.


Tony Bennett's defeat didn't have something to do with the common standards; It had everything to do with it, a Boston think tank argues.


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