Home >> A News >> News

Search form

Latest Education News
Talking with students about taboo current events might be awkward, but it's essential.
Arming teachers with guns is a radical concept and one that has strong opinions on both sides of the gun control debate.
A new study finds a high rate of chronic absenteeism among the nation's public school teachers.
Sandy Hook Promise co-founder Nicole Hockley talks about how schools can be leaders in violence prevention.
All but four states have now sent an ESSA plan to the Department of Education for review.
Teachers in Florida aren't happy with a bonus program that requires them to submit potentially decades old ACT/SAT scores.
With these tips you can go from someone in doubt about your career path to a recommitted educator ready to tackle your next class.
In a post for It’s About Time, Dr. Jackie Gerstein points out several reasons for why the maker movement is booming.
With a growing need for technical skills jobs, more states are answering the call for vocational education.
Social and emotional learning, or SEL, is critical for student success in and out of the classroom.
Betsy DeVos is hitting the road to advocate for more school choice across the USA.
A focus on education in The New York Times highlights our country's continuing struggle for school equality.
Schools are vital to students' mental and academic health in the aftermath of trauma.
The end of DACA could mean the potential loss of thousands of teachers in U.S. schools.
A Senate panel voted unanimously to reject cuts to education proposed by the Trump administration.
New York City takes steps to end lunch shaming by starting the new school year with free lunches for all.
Bumping school start times up to just 8:30 a.m. could give a billion dollar boost to the economy, according to a new study.
Many students have strong opinions on immigration. Your role as a teacher is to help them explore the resources that are out there.
President Trump could put an end to a program protecting immigrant students and teachers from deportation.