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A research-backed early reading app is being offered to educators for free.
The school year is coming to a close, and many teachers and schools are closing their year with amazing stories about how they've promoted STEM in their classrooms or intend to do so next year. Read below for some examples of STEM... 06/02/2015 - 9:23am ago
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), a company helps students learn both STEAM skills and global citizenship, states' industries continue to play a vital role in encouraging interest in STEM and young learners... 10/13/2015 - 11:14am ago
This week in STEM, we look at how the digital age is facilitating the studying of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math studies across the country's schools and communities.
This week in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math news, facts about math reveal the subject is a big determinant of future success.
One of stipulations that did not make the cut with the Senate's passing of the Every Child Achieves Act- the re-write to the expired No Child Left Behind Act- was the provision for providing school vouchers to low-income families.
Could a future with "no classrooms" work beyond the Silicon Valley?
This week in news from the National Center for Science Education, the reality behind a pandemic threat is exposed, a student shares important tips for practicing science and one NCSE team member has some qualms with the latest movie in the... 10/29/2015 - 12:54pm ago
In a vote late yesterday night, Acting Secretary John B. King was confirmed by the Senate for the permanent role in a 49-40 vote.
November is National Family Literacy Month, and the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) is contributing with events and resources to help create a strong support system for children learning to read across the country.
Use this list of activities from EdWorld to cover all the subjects this Groundhog Day.
Proponents of the alternative measure argued that providing the judiciary with the power to determine school funding would set a bad precedent and would instigate “unintended consequences.” Opponents of the alternative measure, however,... 11/04/2015 - 9:25am ago
In honor of National Bunsen Burner Day, here are some facts about the chemist behind it.
Psychometrics and math go hand-in-hand, authors of a new book say.
H&R Block continues to help students learn financial literacy schools for no charge to their teacher.
Another set of state board members are speaking out against the Department of Education's ESSA draft regulations.
A third of educators in Texas have to take a second job to make ends meet.
These teachers are taking their kids to the upcoming inauguration--regardless of who wins.
A new campaign is aiming to make parents aware of the damaging effects monthly absences have on student achievement.
Time will soon tell how the testing of Microsoft's education version of Minecraft, but it doesn't feel soon enough.

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