Truly rigorous career and technical education programs are still rare, even as student participation in them has soared. Researchers profile CTE programs in five states to illustrate key qualities that good programs should include.


Until now, the main strategy for opt-out activists has been simply sitting out the test. Now it includes posting portions of the exam online.


A high school math problem from Singapore made the rounds on the Internet.


The National Science Board issues a new report that seeks to broaden the term, "STEM workforce," and also calls for well-rounded STEM education, even in non-STEM fields.


Wednesday is the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, celebrated with a week of service activities, festivities and environmental awareness events, free teaching resources to mark the occasion are abundant.


The National Association of State Boards of Education has released a guide to help states decide whether they're ready to adopt and implement the new science standards.


Today marks Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom Hashoah, an international commemoration of the millions of people, mostly Jews, who were persecuted and killed in Nazi Germany.


PARCC officials tell Ohio lawmakers that they're working on a redesign that would combine its two testing windows into one and make the test shorter.


Nearly 200 colleges and universities agree to let students skip remedial courses if they score at the "college ready" level on the Smarter Balanced assessment.


The toolkit for determining whether publishers' instructional materials are aligned to the Common Core State Standards has grown once again.


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