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Apple CEO says iPad donations are helping underserved students achieve more.
The winners of the XQ: Super School Project have been announced and will receive $10 million over 5 years to make their designs a reality.
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This first-year-teacher's efforts to welcome his incoming fourth-grade class perfectly embodies a teacher's excitement to make a difference in students' lives.
A new report from the Education Commission outlines a four-stage plan to provide universal education before a global education crisis occurs.
U.S. parents have expressed support of improved health education programs in schools.
A rural district is being forced to offer foreign languages to students via a computer program due to an inability to attract teachers.
A new partnership between a museum and an early learning initiative is helping the community's families.
Michigan teachers are left disappointed, demoralized after challenging school year.
Legislation improving CTE has reached an obstacle that is likely to delay its passing indefinitely.
Have a phobia of integrating new technology? Read these tips.
A modern debate: Do guns have a place in schools?
This literacy tool aims to provide learners of all reading levels, from all economic backgrounds with the skills needed to be successful readers.
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A new report elaborates on the current teacher shortage and how policy changes can prevent a crisis.
Two-thirds of the U.S. schools using ClassDojo will soon get an opportunity to provide students with empathy training.
How should schools deal with thousands of dollars in delinquent lunch fees?
A release date for Minecraft: Education Edition has been announced.
New York City is on track to train all students in computer science by 2025.