Both of the consortia creating common-core tests say they're improving their equation editors, but math experts say students won't have much trouble figuring out how to use them.
Hundreds of students stage a walkout in protest of a Colorado district school board's plan to change its history curriculum to one that portrays the United States in a better light.
New figures, based on field-testing data, show that schools will have to allot 10 to 11 hours to allow students enough time to finish the tests.
The 32-year-old event encourages the reading of books that have been challenged or banned from bookstores and libraries.
The elementary school literacy coach objects to the "onslaught" of common-core curricula and the increasing load of test preparation.
The latest piece of legislation that aims to cut back on testing would allow students in grades 3-8 to take only one test per year: English/language arts or mathematics.
The Texas state board of education is considering requiring Advanced Placement U.S. History courses to follow the state curriculum rather than the framework laid out by the test developers, reports the Associated Press.
Technological problems were cited as the reason for dropping the diagnostic tests for the state's youngest children.
A marketing company uses the common core in a light-hearted spoof.
The state Board of Regents considers letting students swap one of the social studies exams for a test in career-technical education or the arts.