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This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news, one researcher believes brain type and not gender is pushing more men into STEM studies.
The U.S. Department of Education has joined Instagram.
Florida’s House voted to back the state's controversial “Best and Brightest” teacher bonus program.
Not everyone is against beleagered NYC charter network, Success Academy.
Before Caitlin Barlow was writing, producing and acting in TV Land’s new sitcom, ‘Teachers,’ she was an educator herself.
A new study further emphasizes the benefits of an education on the human experience.
STEM news for the week. A teen programmer's site is still a destination now that he's a college student.
Monica Lewinsky, a long-time anti-bullying advocate, has announced the launch of a new emoji keyboard to allow people to quickly lend support to friends in-need.
A new preschool in Annapolis, MD is focusing on the importance of play in early education
President Obama announced a hefty commitment of federal dollars to providing computer science to all students, but is a financial commitment enough to get the job done? And is there really a lack of qualified candidates for tech jobs?
Yousafzai urges countries to help address the lack of education for Syrian children to prevent them from becoming the 'lost generation.'
See how schools across the nation are celebrating the 100th day of school this 2015-16 school year.
k-5 students in Dallas, TX will now get to enjoy mandated play time as parents and teachers push back against a lack of play in younger grades.
This week in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math news, the maker movement keeps moving.
This week in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math news, one private tutoring business claims STEM interest is helping to grow the industry.
250 schools across the United States are participating in a ‘No-Nonsense Nurturing Program,” a program that requires teachers to be specific, hold high expectations, and not say the word ‘please.’
Researchers from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, N.J. released the findings of a study that indicates children who have experienced trauma will begin to struggle in class in grades as young as kindergarten.
Further research indicates that standing desks might be more than just trendy- they might have significant benefits on both students’ physical and mental health, says a new study published in International Journal of Environmental Research... 01/15/2016 - 10:33am ago
Education World has compiled a list of lesson plans and free worksheets for you to use in your classroom to honor the upcoming Martin Luther King, Jr. day.
How will the current edtech trend ‘BYOD’- or ‘Bring Your Own Device’ fare in K-12 schools in 2016?