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Other teenagers who previously had to adjust to a new country help immigrant teens get their footing on their first days of school.
According to a recent Gallup poll, Americans' satisfaction with K-12 public schools has increased to 48 percent.
A recent survey conducted by Harris for CareerBuilder found that high school seniors plan to pursue STEM-related careers after graduation.
"In many metro areas, the affluent and the poor, people of color and whites, the well-educated and poorly educated are 'trading places' across urban-suburban boundaries."
Possibly putting more "physical" in education can improve students' academic performances, especially those with ADHD.
Article touches on the current state of professional development for educators--and what PD could look like in the future.
The popular site compiled a list of memorable teachers and defining moments that remain with people today. These were times when students were inspired, delighted and pushed to perform better.
A recent poll by Gallup finds that in the United States, 70 percent favor federal funds to expand pre-k education, but Americans also view other education levels as more important.
A West Virginia family moved to a location with a traditional school calendar to one with a year round schedule and loved it. PBS Newshour explored some of the benefits and pitfalls to changing the timing of the school year.
New and existing technology offers more students the opportunity to steal answers from friends or websites.
"Blogging is one of the best ways for administrators to connect, swap ideas, and mentor one another."
As new devices arrive on the scene, more and more schools will become mobile in and out of the classroom.
According to a recent poll conducted by The Pew Charitable Trusts, seven in 10 parents back the new federal nutrition standards for their children in schools.
How safe are backpacks? According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, children filling their bags to the brink is cause for concern.
Across the U.S., education departments are ditching the name of the standards in favor of state-designated labels.
Area Boston media outlets look back at a challenging time for the city's public schools.
The hockey league has partnered with an education technology company to help improve students' digital literacy.
A recent study conducted by the OECD finds that the United States ranks third internationally for most time spent in the classroom.
More than 150 Kansas City area educators got a surprise when the technology company fully funded their classroom requests.
Structured activities for students that occur once the school day ends can offer lifelong skills and keep children from engaging in risky behavior.