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.
New studies show having more options can encourage parents to research schools more, but the format of sites can affect what information they take away from those sites.
Training support for a new school improvement program often dries up after teachers get the basics down, but one program is studying how to keep teachers involved after the novelty wears off.
The House committee on government oversight voted Thursday to move forward with a bill to promote better use of federal data, research, and evaluations in making policy, following on recommendations from the bipartisan Commission for Evidence-Based Policymaking.
And as segregation intensifies, efforts to raise graduation rates and achievement may stall, new studies suggest.
Researchers organized by the Data Quality Campaign converged on Capitol Hill this week for two days of lobbying.
The school systems that perform the best on international tests have something in common: they take a systemic approach to recruiting, training, and deploying school leaders, according to a new report.
The move to middle school can be a rougher adjustment for students who were high achievers at their elementary schools, finds a new study.
Seven years after a massive infusion of cash to reform Newark, N.J., schools, students have grown in reading achievement. But much of that growth came from shifting student enrollment, not improving schools overall, a new study suggests.
2017 MacArthur Fellow explores how students' social relationships can boost or undermine schools' efforts to stop bullying.