The Republican-led state House Education Committee would only approve the standards after references to the impact of human on global warming were removed.

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation's sixth annual study on the topic finds a growing share of students support First Amendment rights.

More dystopian novels have appeared on bestseller charts.

The federal government doesn't choose content standards for states.

North Dakota lawmakers fended off an effort to ensure that the state's new standards, and any tests that might be used with them, won't mirror the common core.

A professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has put together a lesson that teachers can use to show their students how science, technology, engineering, and math relate to real life.

At Sweetwater High School in National City, Calif., and other schools across the country, the College Board's new AP Computer Science Principles course is generating interest among a large and diverse range of students.

A bill under consideration in the state senate would require all public high schools in the state to offer at least one computer science course by the 2020-21 school year.

A proposed bill in Virginia would allow students to use a computer coding credit for any foreign language requirement needed to graduate with one exception.

A new set of grantees will explore professional development, training, and curricular materials in STEM subjects for early-childhood teachers.


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