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Assessments are considered important tools in a student's learning process, says Alexandra Pannoni, education intern at U.S. News....

Recent findings show that mentoring programs for first-year teachers increase staff retention and improve student achievement, according to ...

Leaders of technological advancement in Minneapolis-St. Paul formed "Educelerate Twin Cities," a forum regarding "the next big industrial success...

Blogger Laurie Rogers looks at the issue of professional development in her recent post in Education News.

She says "many...

In a Huffington Post piece, Stacey Cole, a "human translation evangelist" for One Hour Translation, looks at new language-teaching trends...

Recent studies indicate that students' learning may suffer when they read on digital devices, reports Education Week. Schools, the...

LearnZillion, an organization providing Common Core-aligned, teacher-created lessons, has...

The Chicago Teachers' Union passed a resolution on May 9, 2014 opposing the use of Common Core State Standards in teaching and testing. The group...

Florida U.S. District Judge Mark Walker recently ruled in favor of plaintiffs in a 2013 lawsuit, filed by seven teachers and their unions, which...

Tablets and other "smart" devices have become the norm in classrooms, says Gayle Bennett, Dell representative, in a USA Today article. ...

Jason Endacott, a former educator and current blogger for the Huffington Post, asks the question: Is Teacher "Appreciation" Enough?...

Parents with children on the autism spectrum are finding new ways to communicate and help their children succeed in an one-hour improv class, says...

Members of The Center for Teaching Quality, a national nonprofit that works to...

A school district in Missouri is debating banning the book It's Perfectly Normal. The title about healthy sexuality, geared for children...

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