More debate on the role content knowledge plays in developing adolescent literacy.


Pennsylvania's journey to high school graduation tests sparks questions about how a state can best measure the success of its high schools.


In response to an Education Week story, Core Knowledge blogger Robert Pondiscio argues that without content knowledge, reading aloud to students is of limited value.


University presidents commit to increasing the supply of math and science teachers.


Kentucky could be the first state to approve the common standards.


Kentucky advances a bill to let districts use outside entities in turning around low-performing middle and high schools.


A coalition of educators, scholars and civil rights groups argues for a new generation of assessments as the reauthorization of the ESEA looms.


A new study finds little difference, on average, in the math achievement of girls and boys.


President Obama this afternoon will announce new public-private investments in STEM education.


Many teachers find reading aloud to adolescents valuable; the Socratic approach to learning finds fans in Cincinnati.


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