Facebook commenters are praising Mark Zuckerberg for his punchy comeback to a woman's post about the advice she gives to her granddaughters.


New promos from ExxonMobil ask viewers to think about what the world would look like without engineers.


Each year, we take a look at Curriculum Matters' most-read blog posts, and in 2015 it seems two major themes got readers clicking: common-core testing and math instruction.


The academic gaps related to dyslexia can show up in verbal deficiencies years before children traditionally are expected to read.


The move marks yet another migration from PARCC or Smarter Balanced to the SAT, and points up the College Board's aggressive bid to win statewide contracts.


Eight states fell short of federal mandate to test 95 percent of all students. They, along with four others that fell short of the mark in certain grades or subgroups, have received warning letters from U.S. Ed.


Research indicates that exposure to the arts in early childhood has positive social and emotional effects, according to a new survey from the National Endowment for the Arts, but there's room for more research on the topic.


Schools are closed today in Verona, Va., and weekend athletic events canceled, after school district officials there have been fielding angry phone calls and emails over a classroom assignment that asked students to copy an Islamic statement of faith.


Under a new California law, districts must put into place "fair, objective, and transparent" placement policies for 9th grade math classes by the beginning of the next school year.


Music teacher licensure candidates are even less likely to share their prospective students' demographic backgrounds than other teachers.


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