The performance of high school seniors in both subjects stayed the same compared with 2009. Only 26 percent of students scored proficient or above in math in 2013; for reading, the figure was 37 percent.


A new survey finds also finds that students are surprisingly supportive of tests, when they're being used to chart their learning and help them improve.


In this video, a 3rd grade teacher describes the impact of having fewer math standards to teach.


Two new polls poke into Americans' attitudes about the common-core standards by political viewpoint, and come up with different conclusions.


It's far from a universally held idea that teachers should spend time explaining what engineering is to kindergartners and 1st graders.


The revised cost means that the PARCC tests are now more affordable for most of its state members than the tests they're currently using.


The common core does require some nontraditional teaching methods in math—but using number sentences and having students show their work are not among them.


Winners of a national STEM contest, honored today in Washington, set out to solve community-based problems, including figuring out how to prevent garbage from entering local waterways and evaluating students' walking routes for safety.


Increasingly, testing opponents are casting the Common Core State Standards as the cause of the standardized testing burden in public schools. But that claim is inaccurate.


South Carolina withdraws from the common-core assessment consortium even though its state board of education favors staying in the group.


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