Today, the White House announced what it's calling an "ambitious, all-hands-on deck" initiative to get every student in the United States coding.


The Council for Economic Education's annual survey finds that fewer states are requiring economics.


Yet another study documents that states are setting higher expectations for proficiency on their tests, aiming for NAEP-like levels of performance.


NBC Learn and the National Science Foundation have released a series of short videos about nanotechnology, or the study of objects that are measured in billionths of meters.


It's been 30 years since the space shuttle Challenger exploded with New Hampshire teacher Sharon Christa McAuliffe on board.


There's been a sharp increase in the number of states that are setting expectations closer to those of the rigorous NAEP exam.


Black and Hispanic students are much more likely to have an 8th grade math teacher with five or fewer years experience than are their white and Asian peers, according to a new analysis of NAEP survey data.


Common-core math aims to have students do less memorizing—but it's being misinterpreted to have students do more, argues a math education professor.


The school district is looking to departmentalize math instruction for 5th grade students as part of a push for stronger algebra preparation.


Very few K-12 science teachers have the experience needed to teach the science and engineering practices described in the Next Generation Science Standards, according to a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.


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