Getting more students to be physically active at least three times a day could pay off in billions of dolars in health care savings, a new study shows.
As part of a fiscal 2017 budget deal, Congress has forbid the use of randomized, controlled trials in new evaluations of the District of Columbia's school voucher program, the only one that is federally funded.
As states and districts work to implement the Every Student Succeeds Act, six California districts who received federal waivers under the Obama administration are getting the first hints of how more holistic accountability systems might work.
Researchers at the American Educational Research Association here are exploring ways to replace surveys of social-emotional skills with performance tasks.
Experts debate teacher staffing at one of the opening symposiums of the American Educational Research Association on Thursday.
More than 12,000 education researchers are descending on San Antonio for the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association.
Education researchers and educators joined thousands of scientists and science-lovers here for the March on Science.
In the past 25 years, the American teaching force has grown significantly, becoming less experienced but more diverse, a new analysis by the National Center on Education Statistics finds.
An Education Week Commentary discussion looks at both sides of a researcher-practitioner partnership on early-childhood education.
Only 8 percent of all schools closed were replaced with new schools that served the same grades, finds a new Urban Institute study.