Colorado, like other states, is hashing out how to mesh adoption of common standards with its own newly revised standards.


As I wrote the other day, the Texas state school board is back in action this week, focusing its energy on debating, and debating, new social studies standards. It's expected to hold a final vote on the standards later today. Among the topics of discussion? Whether to include President Obama's full middle name, Hussein—which, of course, also happens to be the last name of a former dictator in the Middle East—in a standard that calls on high school history students to examine the historical significance of the 2008 presidential election, reports the Dallas Morning News. David Bradley,...


Efforts to pass STEM legislation in the House are proving tougher than expected, amid partisan wrangling.


In a new paper, the College Board, the ETS, and Pearson Learning explore ways to get test-score comparability across multiple assessments.


New NAEP results show that 8th graders in large cities posted small gains in reading over the past two years.


The Texas state board of education is expected to wrap up work on controversial new social studies standards this week.


A Massachusetts group demands communications exchanged on the common standards.


Massachusetts says it's reconsidering applying for Round 2 of Race to the Top.


The ETS, College Board and Pearson Learning form a new collaborative on assessment to support the Race to the Top initiative.


A teacher illustrates a geometry lesson by discussing the angles students would need to calculate if they were shooting at the president.


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