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.

The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers estimates that its tests will take 8 to 10 hours.

Researchers in both nations are teaming up to explore innovative approaches to improved STEM learning at K-12 and higher education.

In the early-elementary grades, teachers on average spend more time each day on reading than on math and science combined.

New studies showing flawed use of placement tests could open the door to the common assessments.

State STEM coalitions are emerging to help advance student learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.


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