Connecticut's announcement that it will use the SAT instead of Smarter Balanced for 11th graders highlights a trend toward using college-admissions tests for accountability.


A new, savvy feature on the New York Times website called "Summer of Science" has bite-size, ADHD-friendly explanations of cool science stuff.


Because the state is still adapting to the common core, it decides to allow graduating seniors to score below the college-readiness level.


NewSchools Ignite, a project launched by the NewSchools Venture Fund, would make awards to companies and nonprofits for amounts between $50,000 and $150,000.


The Next Generation Science Standards do a better job overall of covering genetics than most previous state standards, but are missing some key content, according to a new study.


The campaign seeks to teach 800,000 children to swim by the end of the year.


Revisions respond to intense criticism last year that the framework emphasized negative aspects of American history.


New Horizon's photos are helping Pluto make its way to center stage in and out of school.


In a new Education Week commentary piece, public radio reporter Monica Brady-Myerov argues that reading same-language subtitles can boost students' literacy.


Students who took music classes developed improved and lasting phonological skills that can translate to language abilities, new research finds.


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