Students who reported being surrounded by peers enthusiastic about science in high school are more likely to say they want to pursue STEM careers.

Board members are grappling with whether the main exams still need be administered every two years, and the relevance of a test measuring long-term educational trends.

What we don't know outweighs what we do know about how people comprehend what they read on a digital screen rather than on the printed page, a review finds.

A pilot program, supported by a $1.4 million federal grant and led by researchers from the Johns Hopkins Science of Learning Institute, aims to test whether lessons incorporated into a 3rd grade science curriculum can boost spatial skills.

More states are requiring schools to teach about media literacy.

Experts spell out some of the challenges to developing curricula aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards.

This fall, two high schools in Provo, Utah will offer students in grades 10 through 12 an introductory course called Careers in Education I, with the aim of enticing young people into the teaching profession.

A year after it was first announced, Amazon's open educational resources site, Inspire, is ready for teachers to use - mostly.

Most of the growth was in a broader course that debuted over the past school year.

Here's what states are doing—and could be doing—about science education with the help of the new federal law.


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