Forty-two percent of adults identified a phrase popularized by the author of "The Communist Manifesto" as coming from one of America's founding documents.


The $440,000 research project is intended to lay the groundwork for a longitudinal examination of informal science learning programs.


A college student reflects on her lackluster freshman English experience, and education activists debate how far teachers and principals should go in tracking down truants.


A new report estimates how long it will take to close achievement gaps.


The winners will participate in professional development activities and recognition events, including a White House ceremony.


Membership begins to shift in the two consortia designing common assessments.


Secretary Duncan, also speaking at the event, defended plans to merge aid for a federal foreign language assistance program into a broader, competitive funding pot.


A new paper explores unresolved questions that hang over the design of assessments for the new common standards.


A panel of the state school board voted to recommend the biology and environmental science textbooks by a vote of 6-1.


The series highlights the policies and practices of education systems that have shown strong performance or gains on the international assessment.


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