The Virginia legislature passed a bill that would require computer science to be added to the state's K-12 learning standards.


'Serial' launched something of a podcast revolution. So why are there still so few podcasts for kids?


The new survey from PricewaterhouseCoopers also finds that many teachers feel they don't have the resources to teach financial literacy to students.


The governor vetoed a bill that would have made Virginia the only state to require K-12 teachers to identify classroom materials with "sexually explicit content" so that parents could opt their children out of such reading.


After pledging to offer computer science courses in every school, Arkansas has rapidly trained hundreds of teachers to code.


Draft rules on assessment, released late last week, would allow districts to use the SAT, ACT, or college-placement tests as their high school test for accountability.


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.


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