The Tampa Bay area district is offering a math boot camp before students take Algebra 1 to reduce the number of students who will need to take a remedial course later.

Dance draws middle school girls to the SHINE program and helps them understand mathematical concepts once they're there.

A researcher finds that early laws raising the compulsory schooling age reduced educational inequality between rich and poor students and white and non-white students.

In the United States, 4th grade teachers reported assigning 19 minutes of math homework each night, compared with an average in some other countries of 25 minutes per night.

A partnership between the summer-learning group and digital book provider myON aims to expand children's access to reading materials.

Colleges' different calendars aren't just a bureaucratic detail--they can impact the academic experience and how well a student performs.

A few thousand Minneapolis students gave up spring break this year to prepare for state tests and boost their academic skills.

Some schools are replacing homeroom with instructional time.

Students can save a lot of money on tuition by completing college in three years rather than four. The strategy offers benefits but also trade-offs.

The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access is hosting a discussion of a citizen-science initiative that has students test water in Washington's Anacostia River.

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