Louisiana senators voted against repealing a law that requires public schools to give balanced treatment to evolution and creationism—despite the fact that the law has been deemed unconstitutional and can't be enforced.


iCivics releases video game that lets students run virtual presidential campaigns.


In an effort to get kids excited about math, the Romanian men's soccer team recently swapped the numbers on players' training jerseys for math equations.


Only 32 percent of students live in states that are using PARCC or Smarter Balanced statewide in 2015-16, a sharp drop from last year.


An administrator with Durham Public Schools plans more than 100 virtual field trips each year that take her district's elementary school students to places they could never afford to go to otherwise.


Education Week's survey of all states shows three key shifts in testing, including a continued erosion of the strength of PARCC and Smarter Balanced, particularly at the high school level.

A new study looks at how K-12 educators responded to the Ebola outbreak, and finds that most science teachers devoted some class time to the topic.


Randall Munroe, the creator of the popular Internet comic xkcd, will soon have his work featured in high school science textbooks.


The new test is designed to give 10th graders a preview of the ACT college-entrance exam.


A new study of Reading Recovery, a 1-on-1 reading intervention program for 1st graders, found that the program had a significant positive impact on students' reading achievement.


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