There are more resources for teachers hoping to explore project-based learning than ever before. Research on one such program suggests it might help with problem-solving.


Teacher training programs that focused on content like common-core math were deemed to be the most successful, according to the survey by 100Kin10.


A group in Tennessee is concerned that proposed changes to the state's standards might lead teachers to spend even less time on social studies.


Politics K-12 takes a look at what's happened to the Common Core State Standards around the country.


A nonprofit in Vermont uses sailing to help schools teach students about STEM.


The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is advocating for caution when it comes to open educational resources.


The National Council of Teachers of English asks writers why they write to mark the 8th National Day on Writing.


California joins a growing number of cities and states hoping to spotlight which students do and do not have access to high-quality arts education.


U.S. Secretary of Education John King said that schools must do more to educate students about their role in a democracy.


Spanning kindergarten through grade 12, the new standards are notably different from the common core in several ways.


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