An interactive site offers video interviews, a timeline, background resources on evolutionary theory.

The University of Tennessee and Middle Tennessee State University receive grant funding to try the "UTeach" model for training math and science teachers.

The United Nations World Food Program is looking for the "edgiest, most provocative" videos about hunger for an international competition.

An audit has drawn attention to some problems in the two grant programs of the Center for Civic Education.

In describing the public-private effort, Obama talks about the importance of "STEM literacy."

Mathematica Policy Research was awarded a contract this week by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to study the effectiveness of sex education programs.

Minority representation in Virginia's gifted programs lags. Tim Kaine wants to know why.

A researcher questions whether beginning the common standards effort at the end of the K-12 pipeline is the right idea.

Researchers evaluating New Mexico's preK program recommend that it be expanded because it has had a favorable impact on children's achievement.

Charles Murray, Christina Hoff Sommers, Elizabeth Spelke, David Geary and other scholars probe the volatile topic of gender bias in math/science, and reach different conclusions.

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