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April 20, 2016

Having Math Class in the Morning Could Lead to Better Student Performance

A new research study has found that students perform better in math classes held in the morning than those held in the afternoon.

April 07, 2016

Study: Career Focus Shows Little Evidence of Tracking, Offers Big Graduation Boost

Contrary to public perception, disadvantaged students are not disproportionately placed in career-related programs, the study finds.

April 04, 2016

U.S. Ed. Department Releases Draft ESSA Regulations on Testing

Draft rules on assessment, released late last week, would allow districts to use the SAT, ACT, or college-placement tests as their high school test for accountability.

March 25, 2016

How Did Science Teachers Address Ebola? And How Will They Respond to Zika?

A new study looks at how K-12 educators responded to the Ebola outbreak, and finds that most science teachers devoted some class time to the topic.

March 23, 2016

xkcd Author Randall Munroe Brings Comics to High School Science Textbooks

Randall Munroe, the creator of the popular Internet comic xkcd, will soon have his work featured in high school science textbooks.

January 20, 2016

GED Lowers Passing Score, Tens of Thousands More Could Get HS Credentials

The change was prompted by data showing that students who passed the revised GED are doing better in college than recent high school graduates.

January 05, 2016

Big Changes in High School Testing Allowed in Every Student Succeeds Act

The newly revised K-12 education law lets states or districts use the SAT or ACT instead of standards-based tests at the high school level.

November 12, 2015

Most ACT Test-Takers Aren't Ready for College STEM Courses, Report Says

A new benchmark to measure students' readiness for first-year college courses expected for majors in STEM fields shows that only 20 percent of high school students meet that mark.

November 05, 2015

Indiana Pauses Plans for New Diploma Requirements

Concerns from arts educators, special educators, and more led the state board to put a hold on plans to change high school diploma requirements.

October 20, 2015

Few States Require College- and Career-Ready Courses for Graduation, Study Says

Just four states and the District of Columbia require students to complete college- and career-ready level courses in math and English/language arts to graduate, according to a new report.

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