The National Research Council and National Academy of Sciences are co-hosting a meeting next week to launch the initiative on teaching evolution.
The new awards program recognizes teachers who excel in teaching environmental education and use it as a context for broader learning.
More than 80 cities and counties across the country have joined an initiative aimed at making all children proficient readers by the end of 3rd grade.
The new project aims to bring together higher education, secondary schools, and outside groups to ensure new math teachers are prepared to bring the common standards into the classroom.
Gov. Rick Scott suggests Florida doesn't need any more anthropology majors.
Three of those intending to seek waivers from No Child Left Behind have not adopted common standards or signed up to work on common tests, two key areas of judgment in the waiver process.
Activities at school beyond the classroom like sports, drama club, yearbook, and jazz band are worth protecting in tight fiscal times, contends a new article published in Education Next online today. "There's not a straight line between the crochet club and the Ivy League," writes former Wall Street Journal education reporter June Kronholz, a contributing editor to the education journal. "But a growing body of research says there is a link between after-school activities and graduating from high school, going to college, and becoming a responsible citizen." The article, "Academic Value of Non-Academics: The Case for Keeping Extracurriculars," points to ...
A new bill to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act includes major programs for STEM education and comprehensive literacy.
A draft bill to reauthorize No Child Left Behind requires high schools to report on how many of their students go to college and how many must take remedial classes.
Some activists are worried that a new draft NCLB reauthorization will lack the teeth to hold schools accountable for improvement.