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Do you know someone who is an afterschool program leader? Get them national recognition for their efforts here.
College Board's efforts to provide students with free test prep are paying off, new results indicate.
Will education have a place on the debate stage tonight?
Read up on the U.S. Department of Education's latest guidance regarding ESSA.
Get started teaching students about recent events in the Middle East with these free lesson plans.
Despite advantages of alternative certified teachers, a new report reveals they are more likely to leave the profession.
K-12 education issues were noticeably absent from last night's debate, although opportunities had presented themselves.
Another death of a high school football player directly related to on-field play is raising national safety concerns again.
A new study reveals racial bias affects even the earliest of learners.
The Department of Education has released another guidance regarding ESSA implementation.
Should McDonald's end the McTeacher night?
Judge or no judge, ConnCAN's Jennifer Alexander says Connecticut's children need change now.
Read about the latest news in Science, Technology, Engineering and Technology.
The U.S. Department of Education has announced this year's recipients of the National Blue Ribbon School award.
Leading advocacy groups are ramping up efforts to promote quality, affordable child care before Election Day.
A new report makes recommendations for how to best include LGBT students in schools.
Addressing an annual assault to women in STEM.
A school district in Connecticut serves as an example for how officials are integrating social emotional learning into school-wide policy.
California officials have two years to develop an implementation plan for providing computer science education to all state students.