James O'Keefe, the conservative activist best known for undercover video recordings that allegedly implicated ACORN workers, released a new sting video yesterday in which a Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt sales executive is heard admitting that common-core textbooks are "all about the money."


In his last State of the Union address, President Barack Obama said that "helping students learn to write computer code" is among his goals for the year ahead.


Matt de la Peña won the 2016 Newbery Medal for "Last Stop on Market Street," and Rita Williams-Garcia won the Coretta Scott King award for "Gone Crazy in Alabama."


A New York City teacher is suing the district, saying she was fired after administrators told her a lesson on the Central Park Five, who were wrongly accused of rape, might lead to riots.


For the fifth consecutive year, a state senator in Indiana is proposing that schools be required to teach cursive.


A recent piece is reigniting the common-core math homework discussion.


The move is the latest in a series of states deciding to dump PARCC or Smarter Balanced for the SAT or ACT.


Four new elements will be added to the periodic table, finally completing the chart's seventh row.


The newly revised K-12 education law lets states or districts use the SAT or ACT instead of standards-based tests at the high school level.


Students struggling with reading fluency should be asked a simple question, says educational therapist Diana Black Kennedy: "What do you want to read about today?"


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