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Betsy DeVos's Department of Education is taking shape with this new round of hires.
A look at the practice and its harmful consequences.
This week, stories about a push for more robust STEM integration and a basketball legend bringing STEM Ed to his hometown.
Could merit-pay programs be a way to aid teacher retention and boost student learning?
The teacher shortage problem is worsening, forcing schools to come up with alternative ways of delivering instruction.
The Learning Network launches a new interactive webinar series covering a range of high-interest topics.
A new study provides further evidence that a more representative workforce may fundamentally improve educational outcomes for students of color.
Read about the latest news in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Florida may be close to passing a recess bill, and research suggests it should be a no-brainer.
Where does your state rank on this list of most and least financially literate states?
Some states are reexamining their teacher evaluation formulas. 
New analysis shows that engineering is gaining ground in schools that were early adopters of NGSS.
A new survey reveals teacher skepticism about ESSA's promise to bring about sweeping education reforms.
This new guidebook aims to help science teachers modify instruction and assessments to better align with NGSS.
Ivanka Trump and Betsy DeVos visited the National Air and Space Museum to promote gender equality in STEM.
Apple makes a charge back into the education technology market, but will it be enough to overtake Chromebook's dominance?
Kahoot! has reached a milestone of 1 billion players worldwide thanks to their incredible game-based learning platform.
Read about the latest news in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
The Supreme Court ruled that students with disabilities deserve to be provided with education programs that exceed minimal standards.
States are making positive strides in bringing high-speed internet to students at home and in the classrooms.

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