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Read about the DOE's first ESSA guidance here. Prepare your school and staff for changes that may be required.
In this week's STEM news, advocates are worried about STEM funding under ESSA.
Read about how the Connecticut Science Center is engaging the state's young girls through its Women in Science Initiative.
TES, Google for Education partner to bring teachers open source materials to best teach using Google's virtual reality program, Expeditions.
Technology paired with collaborative learning prove to drive social and emotional learning in this new study.
Burnt out teachers and stressed students were not-so-surprisingly found to be related in a recent study.
Hawaii's Department of Education intends to dispute Education Week's claim about most of its teaches being chronically absent.
The presidential candidate's tech agenda has many implications for U.S. education.
A new law in Missouri aims to diagnose dyslexic readers as early as possible.
Texas education advocates want more of the state's students taking advanced math.
Only one out of five high school math textbook series were found to be aligned to the Common Core despite all claiming to be.
An in-depth look at the root of the education problems plaguing Detroit to the detriment of its students.
A new partnership hopes to help support students with ADHD in the classroom.
In three years, it is expected that almost 75 percent of K-12 IT solutions will use cloud-based services.
A lack of strong CTE programs on a national level is viewed as a missed opportunity for providing students pathways to success.
33 mayors want initial college applications to stop asking students for criminal history to provide more U.S. students equal opportunity.
The complaints of British teachers following the release of new results from new standardized tests sound eerily familiar.
How you can use this summer to see if virtual reality is a fit for your classroom.
Office Depot, Inc. is determined to help students and teachers prepare for back-to-school as early as possible (we all know it will be here before we know it!)