The decline in scores is not unexpected, say company representatives, because more states began requiring all 11th graders take the college readiness exam.

The percentage of the general public who say they support the Common Core State Standards dropped from 49 to 42 percent over the last year, according to a new poll. But some of that may be a branding problem.

In kindergarten, there is no science achievement gap between boys and girls, according to a new study based on a large national data set. Different racial and ethnic groups showed different trajectories on science tests.

What would it feel like to take a bus tour across the surface of Mars? Some middle school students will have the chance to find out.

The Arkansas education department announced a computer science enrollment contest in the hopes of getting more students to take the subject, which is now offered at all high schools in the state.

A new analysis of NAEP data shows that just 22 percent of 12th graders say they've ever taken a computer science course, and more than half attend high schools that don't even offer one.

Achieve, the group that spearheaded the development of the Next Generation Science Standards, recently released examples for how to "bundle" the science standards, or group them together to create units.

States are beginning to experiment with standardized assessment in the arts.

Those involved in the opt-out movement said they were strongly motivated by opposition to test-based teacher evaluations and the private sector's influence in schools, the survey reported.

Fifteen-year-olds who play online video games score above average in math, reading, and science, while those who engage in social networking tend to score below average, according to an analysis of international assessment data.

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