As fewer states choose to use PARCC's test this year, the consortium offers states more options.

A new benchmark to measure students' readiness for first-year college courses expected for majors in STEM fields shows that only 20 percent of high school students meet that mark.

Exactly what kind of test is NAEP? And where does it fit in with the dozens of other assessments and the purported overtesting phenomena that we've been hearing so much about?

With the additions of Connecticut and Michigan, one-third of states have now officially adopted the Next Generation Science Standards

The L.A. Times continues its series on arts education in the Hollywood Hills (and the rest of Los Angeles' public schools).

Concerns from arts educators, special educators, and more led the state board to put a hold on plans to change high school diploma requirements.

A group of students is advocating for the district to change its curriculum to include more diverse figures and topics.

In Jefferson County, Colorado, a school board member who said the Advanced Placement U.S. History Curriculum was insufficiently patriotic lost her seat in a recall election.

Both the House and Senate ESEA bills keep annual tests, but they go very different ways on a lot of other assessment issues.

The consortium makes public hundreds of questions from last spring's debut test, saying it hopes teachers will use them in instruction to help students understand what it looks like to master the common core.

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