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Turnitin announced that it will be providing educators with numerous free resources through "Back to School: Writing With Integrity Tools," which includes tools and webcasts to help educators teach their students integrity in writing.
Chromebooks are rapidly increasing its influence in America's K-12 classrooms when it comes to personal computing devices, an analyst revealed to Education Week.
Education technology is booming in K-12 institutions however there is one aspect missing in the classroom, social media.
This week in evolution and climate change, National Center for Science Education (NCSE) team members offer perspectives and resources on teaching climate change and its effects in the classroom as well as why it's important to do so.
What better way to teach your students about the beauty and wonder behind lunar eclipses than to teach about the first "supermoon" lunar eclipse to grace Earth's skies in three decades?
The summer is behind us, and the school year is in full swing for most schools across the country. But before we focus on the great things that are happening as students go back-to-school, the 74million.org is taking at some of the great... 09/01/2015 - 10:11am ago
As results from Common Core-aligned tests begin to come in, states are left confused by what the results actually mean in terms of defining student achievement.
This week in evolution & climate change, the NCSE team talks octopuses, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the good things that happen from collaboration in science.
This week in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), legislators and educators continue to look for ways to get more students into STEM-related studies as jobs have opened up with far fewer applicants available.
Education World visits EdCamp CT — ​​Connecticut’s premiere professional development event that “unconferences” the traditional teacher conference.
This week in evolution and climate change, the National Center for Science Education continues to inspire young learners, help dedicated teachers, and remind us of the importance of science and the persistence of its denial.
This week in climate change and evolution, the NCSE brings two hard-working science teachers on a Grand Canyon trip to help them in the classroom, it discusses the distinctions of evolution theory, and it reveals the frustration behind... 07/31/2015 - 1:25pm ago
This week, young learners are accomplishing a lot in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) as evidence that the national push towards STEM learning is working. Here are some new things this week that help young learners get... 07/28/2015 - 10:42am ago
Last week, a national survey revealed that teachers spend about $500 of their own money annually in order to pay for school supplies not provided by the school. Could this be part of the reason why this year will see some of the highest... 07/27/2015 - 8:46am ago
A new study suggests the classroom pet is beneficial beyond the cute factor; having a pet in the classroom may provide real educational value through leadership skills and character building.
This week, experts turn their attention to how STEM's role in the 21st century surpasses the limit of its subjects and how the responsibility to teach and project STEM skills is the responsibility of all.
A newly released report from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division revealed its findings from an investigation into Georgia's program for students with behavioral disabilities, the Georgia Network for Educational and... 07/20/2015 - 9:57am ago
This week, the National Center for Science Education provides educators with evolution resources for the elementary classroom,a different take on teaching climate change in the midst of cynics, and a big evolution misconception to be wary... 07/17/2015 - 11:25am ago
The Senate passed the Every Child Achieves Act today, a bipartisan rewrite of the expired Bush-era No Child Left Behind Act.
Education Week took a look at evidence that indicates even states that have not adopted the Common Core standards are using standards-aligned material in their districts and schools.

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