A new study suggests the nation could be overlooking thousands of potential young inventors, as family income and local "innovation" play an outsized role in whether young students grow up to be inventors.
Nationwide, high school graduation rates have climbed for the past five years, but the improvement has been far from equal across states.
States have made significant progress in providing public accountability report cards the Every Student Succeeds Act requires, but many states still have a long way to go, according to the latest analysis by the Data Quality Campaign.
U.S. teenagers outperform their math, reading, and science skills when it comes to collaborative problems, a new study finds.
In the midst of bitter tax and healthcare debates, at least one bipartisan bill seems to be gathering steam on the Hill: the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act.
About 1 in 30 youths between ages 13 and 17 are homeless in a given year, according to the first in a series of reports by researchers at Chapin Hall, an independent policy research center at the University of Chicago.
The findings are likely to add to the debate over single-sex education, as districts experiment with single-sex classes and schools.
Gloria Ladson-Billings, one of the nation's preeminent researchers on culturally relevant teaching, on Friday became the new president of the National Academy of Education.
Stanford University research shows Windy City schools show "striking" learning gains.
The 2016 International Civic and Citizenship Education Study shows students outside the United States have become more knowledgeable about democratic norms and responsibilities since 2009, and they increasingly consider care for the environment as a civic responsibility.