Although most teachers know about the common standards, many do not feel fully prepared yet to teach them, a new survey finds.
The Mass Math + Science Initiative is showing promise in getting more minority students to take, and pass, AP exams.
Encyclopaedia Britannica will no longer publish a print edition as the editors finalize a transition to digital formats that began decades ago.
The governing board for NAEP is exploring changes to expand and make far greater use of the background information collected when NAEP is administered.
The guidelines follow the release last year of a report saying a majority of states deserved an F for their standards on teaching civil rights history.
A small study in New York City shows that young students using a content-heavy literacy program by the Core Knowledge Foundation scored better on reading, social studies and science tests than did their peers in other literacy programs.
A resolution urging the state board of education to reconsider its adoption of the common standards dies without action by one chamber of the state legislature.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan writes to Utah schools chief Larry Shumway, asserting the state's control over its academic standards.
About 22 percent of teachers say arts and music programs have been cut over the past year, a new survey shows.
All those school groups making the pilgrimage to Washington this spring will have a chance to experience hands-on math learning through an exhibit opening this weekend at the Smithsonian International Gallery. MathAlive! is designed to explore the math behind activities such as video games, sports, robotics, music, and even fashion. The primary target audience is middle school students. Although math is the main focus, visitors will also get a dose of the other disciplines in the popular STEM acronym, namely science, technology, and engineering. The 5,000-square-foot exhibit, sponsored by Raytheon Co., is being housed in the Smithsonian Castle. After ...