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Michelle Obama will be Skyping with girls around the world to address the challenges millions of girls face in pursuit of education.
The nation's largest teachers union is launching an aggressive campaign against Donald Trump.
Avoid these math myths when teaching young students to ensure future lifelong success.
Arne Duncan is speaking out in favor of widespread changes to the country's teacher preparation programs.
The most important takeaways from the Department of Education's latest ESSA guidances.
A new survey elaborates on teacher, parent and student opinion of edtech in today's schools.
Check out where the vice presidential candidates stand on education.
Navigate the difficult election climate in your classroom with these resources.
Educators can use these free resources to teach students to be environmentally aware while exposing them to STEM concepts.
Read the latest news in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
A new report reveals a lack of oversight of charter schools run by Charter Management Organizations.
The Department of Education has announced that New Hampshire will continue to pilot what could be the next generation of assessments.
A new report argues for the inclusion of all school employees in affordable housing programs.
Anne Holton provides rare insight into how Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine would oversee K-12 education.
A global study of 60 countries will reveal trends in both math and science achievement from data on over 630,000 students.
Can one Australian bank's plans to combine virtual reality and financial literacy education be the boost the hard-to-teach subject needs?
Read about how the White House's ConnectED program is helping NYC students.
Sonic is partnering with DonorsChoose again this year to help teachers in need.