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With the importance of internet access being deemed a high priority issue for plenty of states, state governments are joining forces with schools...

President Donald Trump has released his proposed budget summary and some of the recommended spending cuts are drawing criticism from various...

Over the years, children of all ages have enjoyed the slew of shows from Cartoon Network such as The Powerpuff Girls, Adventure Time and Dexter's...

The Trump administration released its budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The "America First" budget proposes a $1.4 billion spending increase on...

States are having difficulties coming up with a formulation that properly assesses their students' college and career readiness, something a new...

The WE organization and a host of celebrity guest speakers/performers are banding together for the first-ever WE Day event...

Level Up Village is the first organization to receive the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Seal of Alignment at the...

You may be quick to dismiss the notion of sanctioned school napping as some nefarious, self-indulgent millennial trend. However, the initiative...

There were a series of huge STEM-related announcements this week, including Seattle Seahawks player Michael Bennett's announcement that he would...

zSpace, an education company specializing in innovative learning methods for students, has named Utica Community Schools as a Center of Excellence...

Today marks International Women's Day, a day that "celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women." The day will...

Saturday, March 11 will mark the one year anniversary of the redesigned SAT. So, how has the test fared one year later? Are the results what we...

Schools across the nation are grappling with a shortage of teachers and it is forcing school districts to reassess the way they recruit and hire...

The gender gap in STEM fields is one of the most discussed topics in education. There have been a number of private and federal initiatives...

A standing desk or a bean bag chair in a room might have been considered absurd in decades past. Today, some schools are beginning to experiment...

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