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This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), a new four-year study might have significant implications on educating females in STEM.
An elementary school in Wisconsin that intended to read the book I Am Jazz in support of its transgendered students made the decision to shelf the reading after a group threatened to sue the district.
Niche has just released its 2016 rankings of the nation’s best public high schools, examining over 100,000 schools in areas such as “academics, teachers, student culture and diversity, resources, and facilities,” to arrive at its findings... 11/27/2015 - 10:08am ago
Take advantage of the exceptional deals and steals that this Cyber Monday has to offer with these great sales designed especially for teachers.
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Enginerring and Math,) STEM many now officially become STEAM, the ACT highlights a discouraging trend that happens for STEM-interested high school students, and the Congress seeks student-created... 11/24/2015 - 10:47am ago
Check out what’s new in climate change and evolution news this week from the team over at the National Center for Science Education.
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news, start getting your holiday shopping done with some great toys to promote STEM learning.
The Thomas More Law Center, a national public interest law firm in Michigan, has filed a third suit in its battle against the constitutionality of the implementation of Common Core and SBAC assessments in South Dakota.
Singer and pop culture icon Taylor Swift has partnered with Scholastic to donate 25,000 books to 25 New York City schools in need of more resources.
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news, a new study reveals immigrants are increasingly entering STEM fields, students combine STEM learning and pumpkin smashing, and NASA committs to the expansion of an online... 11/10/2015 - 1:29pm ago
One University of Colorado professor has told NPR that he has the solution to getting students to stop texting in class.
Starting in 2018, the New Jersey state Board of Education approved regulations requiring teacher hopefuls to complete 175 additional clinical hours as student teachers before becoming a full-time.
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), Rosie the Riveter helps a state build STEM momentum for girls, ESPN opens its campus to STEAM learners, and Florida Gov. Rick Scott receives support for his STEM teacher... 10/27/2015 - 11:22am ago
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and wife, pediatrician and teacher Priscilla Chan are inspiring a new meaning for the term blended learning in education.
This week in National Center for Science Education news, the NCSE team reviews an early education resource and places a big focus on the importance and value of the NGSS.
If you’ve been following the current presidential campaigns, when it comes to education, you’re likely to hear a lot of candidates support increasing "innovation" in schools.
A recently released poll from the First Five Years Fund (FFYF) has found that investing in early education is a bipartisan cause, meaning that voters believe that investing in early education is critical to the future success of this... 10/20/2015 - 11:08am ago
Humanities is in the middle of an image crisis, so says Gretchen Busl of The Guardian.
Oct. 21 has been declared Unity Day since 2011, designated as a day where schools and communities across the country and now the world can get together to show support for preventing bullying in schools and communities.
This week from the National Center for Science Education, the NCSE team talks about last week's Nobel Prize winners and how world-changing scientific discoveries come from dedicated professionals creating their own luck.