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February 07, 2017

An Aviation High School Lands Its Own Hangar on Campus

Aviation programs are touted as appealing to students of all backgrounds, and one major school district has constructed its own hangar in the belief that if you build it, students will come.

November 17, 2016

What Are Students Reading in Middle and High School?

A new study shows that middle and high school students consistently choose "outside reading" below their grade levels. It also offers an intriguing glimpse of which books they choose.

November 03, 2016

With 95 Kinds of High School Diplomas, What Does 'Graduation' Mean?

A new report finds that there are 95 different kinds of high school diplomas nationwide, and that many fall short of requiring students to complete courses that prepare them for college or good jobs.

November 01, 2016

More Signs That High School Class Rank Is Falling Out of Favor

More high schools are dropping class rankings, and colleges are considering it less frequently.

August 17, 2016

Half of High School Seniors Attend Schools That Don't Offer Computer Science

A new study shows that only two in 10 high school seniors have taken computer science, and half attend schools that don't even offer it.

June 07, 2016

Federal Data Show Unequal Access to Challenging Math and Science Courses

Black and Latino students are not getting equal access to the high-level math and science classes that are a gateway to college.

June 06, 2016

High School Students Ding Teachers For Group Projects and Student-Led Discussions

Teenagers hate it when their teachers make them work in groups, or let students lead discussions.

April 11, 2016

Online Credit Recovery: Students Fare Worse Than Peers, Research Finds

Chicago 9th graders who took Algebra 1 face-to-face did better than those who took it via online credit recovery.

April 08, 2016

A Math Course That Helps Students Get Into College and Avoid Remediation

Teaming high school teachers and college professors produced big benefits for students: They enrolled in college and skipped remedial classes, at much higher rates than peers who weren't in the program.

April 05, 2016

Only 8 Percent of Students Complete College- and Career-Ready Curriculum

Weak guidance from adults fuels course-taking patterns that don't set students up for success in college or in work, the report from Education Trust says.

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