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A new analysis of federal data finds that a majority of U.S. public school students come from low-income families for the first time in 50 years.
After conducting a survey, elearning director Peter West shares what his students think about teachers using blended learning in the classroom.
Code.org has announced a new commitment to ensuring student privacy.
What better way to promote summer learning than to engage in STEM activities?
Check out this resource guide for teaching about the general election before it happens on November 8.
Why Singapore's math curriculum is creating the world's best and brightest in the subject.
Sexual assault cases persist from elementary school up through college, so what's the solution to make schools safer?
Some experts are arguing that more classrooms that utilize blended learning will help decrease the high number of teacher shortages seen annually.
Parents in the Hazelwood School District are no different than many parents across the country in that they don't understand how to help their children with Common Core math.
Philadelphia, the eighth largest district in the nation, has been battling school funding issues for the past few years to the disadvantage of the city's students, teachers, and parents. Students across different grade levels and school... 05/15/2015 - 9:10am ago
Investigating the education candidate that never was.
We reflect on the top ten stories in education from 2015. EdWorld staffers have been very busy covering news that matters to teachers all year long!
STEM summer programs are proven to get kids interested in STEM studies as they represent a great way to stop summer slide. See how some schools are taking advantage of the summer months to get kids engaged in and thinking about STEM... 06/09/2015 - 9:17am ago
PBS LearningMedia has a program for teachers who innovate with technology.
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news, female meteorologists use Pi Day to raise awareness for women in STEM.
U.S. Senators Angus King (I-Maine) and Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.V.) have introduced a bill called the Digital Learning Equity Act of 2015 that aims to find ways to improve students' internet access.
Award-winning educator and vehement opponent of Common Core standards, Carol Burris, will retire early and quit her position as principal of South Side High School in Rockville Centre, N.Y. this June to focus on continuing to oppose the... 05/11/2015 - 9:21am ago
If you’re looking to participate in ‘Thank Your Mentor Day,’ Education World has come up with some ideas for you to do so.
During the annual ASU+GSV Summit, the U.S. Department of Education released a free guide for education technology developers to better understand the needs of the nation with a focus on the need to better serve disadvantaged students.