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Students Stall in History, Civics Learning

New data indicates that the academic performance of students in U.S. history, civics, and geography has barely changed at all since 2010, according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).

TechCHAT: Using Knovation Tools With Math Teacher Susan Menkel

5th-grade math teacher Susan Menkel offers up her experiences using Knovation solutions.

Giveaways and Freebies Roundup: Teacher Appreciation Week

There is so much going on in May. This week, we’ve got giveaways, deals, and freebies that celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week.

$100 Million Commitment to Advanced Placement of Low-Income Students

Education leaders from all frontiers announced a commitment to spend a total of $100 million over three years to enroll low-income students and minorities in Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate high school classes.

Government Reminds K-12 Schools to Comply with Title IX

The U.S. Department of Education issued new guidelines to remind K-12 school districts that they must be addressing sexual harassment and equal opportunities for male and female athletes as dictated by Title IX.

Another Affluent District Sees High Opt-Outs

In an affluent district in Los Angeles County, California, more than half of its high school juniors have opted out of the Smarter Balanced Assessments.

Charter School Network Refuses to Give Up Arts for Test Prep

Despite some fearing that the focus on meeting Common Core State Standards guidelines and test prep has led to eliminating art instruction across the country, one New York charter school network proves that art education doesn't need to go anywhere.