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May 12, 2017

High-Stakes Poetry Competition Brings Students to the Stage

Welcome to the National Poetry Out Loud Competition, where 53 high school students recited poems—classical, modern, long, and short—and competed for $20,000 in prize money.

May 01, 2017

Computer Science for All in San Francisco: What the District Has Learned

The San Francisco school system is now two years into its computer science-for-all plan: So how are things going so far?

April 14, 2017

Survey: Habits of Talented Math Students

High school juniors and seniors who participated in a prestigious national math competition said they tend to study alone and to learn best when they grasp underlying concepts.

April 04, 2017

Computer Science Degrees Hit New Peak

The number of students earning bachelor's degrees in computer science hit a new high recently—finally surpassing the previous peak in 2003.

March 22, 2017

Exchange Students View U.S. Schools as 'Easier' Than Those Abroad

According to new survey results, not much has changed over the last 15 years in how foreign exchange students perceive U.S. high schools.

February 27, 2017

Smarter Balanced Looks to Combine Common-Core and College-Entrance Tests

The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium put out a request for proposal today seeking a partnership to create a test that both measures standards-mastery and can be used for college admissions.

December 02, 2016

Neuroscience Education and Why It Matters

The newly named Science Educator of the Year, Dr. Norbert Myslinski, has a message to share about neuroscience: "It's not just for the scientists."

November 23, 2016

Poet Laureate Partners With Chicago Public School Teachers

U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera, in partnership with the Poetry Foundation and the Library of Congress, will meet with 9th grade English teachers in Chicago Public Schools to revamp poetry instruction.

October 11, 2016

Math Students From High-Performing Countries Memorize Less, PISA Shows

Students in the highest-performing countries for mathematics are less reliant on memorization strategies than their peers in lower performing-countries, according to a new analysis of international assessment data.

September 23, 2016

Graphic Novelist and Computer Science Teacher Wins MacArthur Genius Grant

Gene Luen Yang, a graphic novelist who writes about identity and cultural differences for young adults and spent nearly two decades as a high school computer science teacher, was among 23 winners of the prestigious award.

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