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Science and math teachers are encouraged to enter project ideas to DonorsChoose.org through this $1 million campaign.
Two years of quality professional development helped California teachers improve students' writing skills.
As OET defines ed tech goals, questions remain as to how or if they'll be met by new incoming leadership.
Google and Microsoft have both made big edtech announcements today.
Students in grades 1-6 are encouraged to enter this cursive writing competition.
Where does your state rank on this list of most and least educated states?
Microsoft has announced general availability of School Data Sync.
A new analysis of the effectiveness of drug education suggests needed improvements.
You can teach students about auto insurance with this free lesson plan.
A new report reveals a potential billion-dollar failure from the Department of Education under the Obama administration.
Literacy tool CommonLit has announced exciting new features.
Will you be teaching about the inauguration of Donald Trump in your classroom?
The DOE has dropped the controversial 'supplement not supplant' regulation for the Every Student Succeeds Act.
Secretary of Education John B. King, Jr. shares a final message.
President-elect Donald Trump will receive thousands of letters from K-12 students before his inauguration.
A new survey reveals how government leaders view the role of their community's public library.
A group of partner organizations have released recommendations for improving early education in the U.S. via tax reform.
Did you know? It's National Mentoring Month!
You don't have to wait for the reauthorization of the Perkins Act to improve CTE in your district.