14-year-old Emma Yang spoke to reporters about an app she developed to help Alzheimer's patients recognize their loved ones.
States that rank high on Quality Counts' scorecard of the nation's schools share common strengths when it comes to supporting their education systems.
Educators are cashing in selling lesson plans online. But some worry about unintended consequences, like fewer free resources and less professional collaboration.
In this video, principal Lisa Benedetti-Ramzi explains why it's necessary for schools to add creativity to STEM learning, and how her school was able to include a STEAM block in the schedule.
Travis Bouldin, a world history teacher at Ron Brown College Prep in Washington, D.C., shares his perspective on how a culturally inclusive approach to teaching can help students overcome societal hurdles.
Republican lawmakers' proposed changes to the federal tax code are causing a stir in the education community. Education Week's Liana Loewus and Andrew Ujifusa explain how teachers could be affected.
Hurricane Maria slammed the island of Puerto Rico on Sept. 20, swamping towns and displacing residents from their homes. Education Week spoke to educators, students, and their families, documenting the island's efforts to reopen their schools.
Over the past three years, the Physics Bus has reached over 30,000 students. Watch as educator Claire Hope Fox demonstrates how to build a hovercraft intended to guide lessons about airflow and friction.
Nearly 200 Atlanta educators were suspected of erasing and correcting student answers on standardized tests, in order to boost scores. Years later, the fallout of that scandal reverberates.
Education Week analyzed salary data for the superintendents of all 50 states and D.C. Here's what we found.