The multinational energy corporation is launching an effort to improve science, technology, engineering, and math education and training in rural Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio.


Students in New York state will soon have the option to replace one of the history exams now required for graduation with a career-focused art or science exam.


Students who attended a live theater performance showed better knowledge of vocabulary words, more tolerance, and an improved ability to read others' emotions when compared to students who did not attend, according to a recent study.


The Center for American Progress released a report looking at how much time students spend taking state- and district-required tests.


Will a new accountability proposal from top education policy thinkers rise to the top of an increasingly crowded debate?


Pennsylvania's new kindergarten-entrance assessment is hobbled by insufficient training for teachers and weak outreach to educators and parents, a new report contends.


State school chiefs and urban district leaders committed to eliminating redundant tests, but they also made clear that they will not back away from annual standardized testing.


Anti-testing sentiment moves into the Washington policy world, but "solving" the testing problem means different things to different people.


Shelbi Cole, who has served as the director of mathematics for Smarter Balanced since 2012, has been promoted to director of content for the organization.


Massachusetts faces no consequences from its decision to let districts choose which test to give next spring, but when Colorado explored the possibility of doing the same, the U.S. Department of Education gave it no opening.


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