In his State of the State, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal said he hopes to help districts restore the school days they cut during economic crisis as a way to save money.


The nonprofit TED (technology, engineering, design) recently launched an effort to get students presenting their own short, expert lectures.


A new online resource is zeroing in on helping staff in after-school STEM programs with the resources and skillsets necessary for effective instruction.


A town hall discussed the benefits of STEM competitions in interesting students in the subjects.


A Maryland middle school is using a mandate requiring added class time to offer a wide array of enrichment courses.


Research finds that students involved 4-H activities see greater improvements in "positive youth development" than their peers who participate in other out-of-school activities.


During his State of the State address, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie proposed increasing the school day and school year for the state's students as a way to improve learning outcomes.


New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio visited a Bronx middle school last week as part of his effort to promote the expansion of after-school programs.


The governor is looking to quadruple state spending on summer reading camps as part of a broader plan to improve public education.


The superintendent suggests that the switch could save the district money, though some experts question whether a shorter week can deliver on that.


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