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13 companies are being recognized for helping ELLs learn.
What you need to know about the next Secretary of Education.
A divided nation struggles to agree on the best way to reform schools.
Check out these 20 great gift ideas for young STEM learners.
The final regulations for the Every Student Succeeds Act have been released.
The latest international assessment results reveal the STEM gender gap persists in advanced math and science subjects.
This media literacy toolkit is designed to help students decipher between cleverly disguised 'fake news.'
Over 10,000 K-12 teachers have responded to questions about the post-election school climate.
Can youth contact sports affect a player's brain after just one season?
Small changes can help districts make a big impact on their students' success after graduation.
New framework aims to help with the edtech implementation process.
St. Louis Public Schools continue their commitment to reducing suspensions, expulsions.
Florida gears up for its state-wide implementation of school choice next year.
The U.S. Department of Education is conducting listening sessions this month as part of its investigation into special education in Texas.
A new digital tool helps leaders reach digital learning goals with easily accessible broadband and pricing data.
Check out the latest news in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).
Google Expeditions has been included in a global learning company's updated social studies curricula.
How the U.S. advanced computer science education in 2016.
This new 2-in-1 laptop might be the most durable classroom tech ever made.