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Here are some of the top stories in STEM news this week, including the signing of new laws by President Donald Trump to increase female participation in STEM fields.
Newsela has released a new set of text sets designed to embrace diversity while unifying students.
New classroom design experiments are proving that the more comfortable children are in their classroom environment, the more engaged they become.
President Donald Trump discussed his early child care and school choice voucher proposals in his Joint Address to Congress--and critics have already weighed in.
US News and World Report releases their latest rankings of the states with the best education systems.
Credit recovery courses can be a very helpful tool to students who have a hard time graduation. However, it could potentially be a way to cheat the system when it comes to answer checks.
Why ESSA provides some protections against Betsy DeVos' power as secretary of education.
A bill that would have allowed science teachers to introduce theories disputing evolutionary and climate-change science was defeated by a South Dakota House committee, but similar measures are popping up across the country.
Read about the latest news in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
President Trump rescinded a federal guidance that had been put into place to clarify legal protections for transgender students.
The report finds that educators are not receiving adequate SEL training in their teacher preparation programs.
New survey results from YouthTruth finds that only 1 in 3 students have positive thoughts on school culture.
Now is the time to support Career and Technical Education (CTE).
Read about the latest news in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Florida lawmakers and education experts are in disagreement on how to best incentivize the teaching profession.
A new report has found that sex education in Texas needs drastic improvement.
Nearly 1,000 parents have written a letter asking President Trump to take a firm stance on protecting transgender student rights.
President Trump and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos held first meeting together since DeVos' confirmation.
Why calls to abolish the Department of Education are misguided.

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