A group of researchers find that enthusiastic adoption of STEM programs for underserved students in two cities dissolved over time and did not result in significant academic gains.


Texas defied common wisdom by ratcheting up math standards and producing the same or better performance on state tests.


A father posted a photo on Facebook of a bank check made out to his local elementary school using what he called "common-core numbers."


The early-reader books are "shockingly dated, racist, and problematic," according to the blogger who uncovered the story after a teacher training.


A new coalition is promoting year-round constitutional literacy and civics education.


Test results aren't yet final, because they don't include all groups of students, or the results of tests taken with paper and pencil.


Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio will announce a plan requiring all New York City schools to offer computer science classes within a 10-year deadline.


Do the new Nebraska math standards look like the common core? In some ways, yes, and in others, no.


Arts educators and advocates around the country are using the anniversary as an opportunity to celebrate arts in schools—and to call for more investment in such programs.


At a recent STEM education event, panelists discussed efforts to improve science, technology, engineering, and math instruction in the United States.


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