A recent study found a positive relationship between switching to a shorter school week and the percentage of students scoring at the proficient or advanced levels on math tests.

Courses will focus on college admissions, essay writing, sports management, arts criticism, and other topics.

Librarians and STEM teachers in New Hampshire are working together to co-plan lessons.

The state's new TranspARTation program is one of a growing number of efforts that offer grants to teachers to support field trips to cultural events.

Participation rates for Advanced Placement science exams—specifically physics and computer science—have risen sharply over the last year, according to new data from the College Board.

The state nominated 19 schools for Blue Ribbons, but 11 were disqualified because they fell short of the federal government's 95 percent test-participation rule.

Disruptions to online tests in North Dakota, Montana and Nevada have prompted the consortium to seek an official review of the states' test scores.

A new report looks at whether individual classroom assignments meet the common-core criteria for literacy and finds that alignment, for the most part, is lacking.

Tracking state adoptions of the Next Generation Science Standards can be trickier than you might think. We've updated our map.

The assessment consortium seeks bids to conduct a review of an open-source testing platform that caused disruptions to online testing in several states.

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