Build quantitative literacy with your middle and high school math, science, and humanities students with the free, online feature “What’s Going On in This Graph?” On Tuesday, December 12 and every second Tuesday through the school year, The New York Times Learning Network, in partnership with the American Statistical Association, hosts a live online discussion about a timely graph.
Despite strong opinions and partisan viewpoints, an Education Week Research Center survey shows teachers, principals, and administrators working to keep those divisions out of the classroom.
When it comes to educating students with special needs, "the minimum" is not an option, writes U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
New report on coding, computer science, and computational thinking Report available at http://digitalpromise.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/dp-comp-thinking-v1r5.pdf
Around the nation students of color and low-income students are underrepresented in accelerated courses; this is a long-term driver and consequence of societal inequality.
Georgia is one of more than a dozen states where teachers looking to renew their licenses can ditch the one-off seminars and instead craft personalized plans for improving their instruction.
The latest national survey of adolescent drug use found declining use of most substances, including alcohol, tobacco, prescription opioids and stimulants.
Portfolios allow students to regularly reflect on their learning process—deepening their connection to content.
How many more days of school do you have left until winter break? I bet you can tell us the EXACT answer, and these teacher memes will help you make it.
Saying the same, other teachers across the galaxy are.
A “baby-faced kid” comes of age while incarcerated.
Educators are ill-equipped to help victims of dating violence.
Our brains are wired to forget, but there are research-backed strategies you can use to make your teaching stick.
By giving students a chance to come up with their own passion projects, Genius Hour can help them develop skills they might not otherwise have an opportunity for in the classroom.
Quiz Yourself! How much do you know about how states are using the Next Generation Science Standards, how schools are engaging students in more inquiry-based science instruction, and how STEM teacher
A new study shows more and more teenagers are hanging out on devices when they should be catching ZZZs, putting their health at risk.
In the last decade, schools have put significant resources into academic technology in an effort to improve instruction and prepare students for a ...
Journalism—the first rough draft of history—reinforces information gathering, effective writing skills, and audience engagement.
Formerly homeless students continue to do poorly in school for years, scoring as poorly on state tests as their peers who have no place to live.
With the cost of a bachelor's degree skyrocketing, parents and students are entitled to know what their investment is likely to return in earnings.
Students don't seem to be getting much out of higher education.