New data from a Tufts University center show increases in youth voter turnout rates in 17 states.
In a kindergarten class in Baltimore and a high school class in Manhattan Beach, Calif., teachers asked students to create podcasts about love and what they loved about themselves. Here's what they created.
Although homework does tend to align to standards, a lot of it is busywork, rather than work requiring students to synthesize, analyze, or use higher-order thinking skills.
AP test-taking hit another all-time high this year, with 1.24 million students taking at least one exam. And the College Board is moving up next year's registration deadline.
The end of the standards raises a whole host of questions about what will replace them.
Youth voter participation surged in Florida, Oklahoma, and Nevada, according to new analyses.
It's an extraordinary contrast at a moment when civic institutions, including schools, are rethinking how the Confederacy and slavery are portrayed in history.
A lot has changed with the PARCC and Smarter Balanced tests since they were first launched in 2015. Here's what you need to know to stay current.
Advocates worry that the fine line separating devotional from secular study of the Bible is again being crossed, this time in a North Dakota proposal.
Despite a push for greater STEM instruction, students and teachers continue to experience inequitable access to STEM-related classes and resources, according to a new survey of 1,200 schools and 7,600 teachers.