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Principal: 'Why I Once Liked Common Core, But Changed My Mind'

Two high school principals have agreed to have The Washington Post publish a series of letters between the two discussing the iimplementation of Common Core State Standards. This is the first letter in the series.

The New York Times and CIG Education Group Create NYT EDUcation Initiative

The New York Times and CIG Education Group have launched the NYT EDUcation, a new initiative providing courses and programs for students in the pre-college level to higher education.

States Are Increasing Pre-K Funding, Report Finds

Data from the Education Commission of the States finds that states are increasing funding for pre-k programs from $672 million to a total of $6.3 billion.

Research Shows High-Quality Recess Programs Increase Student Productivity

According to Stanford University research published in the "Journal of School Health," children respond well to the overall positive school climate set by a quality recess program.

Superintendent Shares Why Some School Leaders Leave

Joshua Starr, former superintendent with the Montgomery County Schools in Rockville, Md., recently explained in a Q&A why he resigned from his position.

How to Make the Internet Safer for Its Youngest Users

As children gravitate towards technology at younger ages, whether in the comforts of their homes or at school for education purposes, it’s not always clear if they are being safe online.

Principals Are Increasing Bandwidth, Tech for Common Core, Survey Says

In a recent survey, principals stated that increasing bandwidth to help implement Common Core State Standards was their top priority in their classrooms.