Despite the challenges, states and districts need to develop high-quality systems of assessment to ensure students have the skills they need in a changing economy.

The need to build new schools in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia provides an opportunity to throw out obsolete ideas about how schools should operate and introduce new designs.

Students demonstrating deeper learning to address difficult issues bring hope, writes Kathleen Cushman.

School leaders need to be supported to be able to create environments in which teachers can think critically about their instruction.

A new report highlights ways the Students at the Center Framework for student-centered learning can be used to incorporate student agency in a more inclusive way for students with disabilities.

A new approach to education helps students set goals for their future and provides mentorship and support to enable them to move toward reaching them.

The fast-changing world demands a fundamental transformation in education, not tweaking around the edges.

The Trump Administration's plan to rescind a 2014 policy on school discipline threaten a promising approach to foster deeper learning and keep schools safe.

An EL Education school in Rochester, NY, shows that giving young children real problems to solve can instill the qualities students will need as adults.

The classic representation of learning does not accurately reflect how students build understanding, says Ron Berger of EL Education.

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