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The Sandy Hook Promise aims to help schools prevent violence with a week-long campaign from Oct 24-28.
New research will work to explain more about the effectiveness of the first set of national standards-the Common Core.
A new report describes missed opportunities for better supporting homeless students in New York City.
Read about 6 highlights from yesterday's International Day of the Girl.
A new infographic provides further insight into the barriers to teaching certain STEM fields in schools.
A new Sesame Workshop survey reveals parent and teacher attitudes about kindness.
Education World talks to Michelle Brown, the founder of CommonLit, about her free literacy tool for 5th-12th graders.
The Department of Education has released regulations designed to improve teacher preparation programs.
A new after-school program is helping students learn engineering concepts while fostering global awareness.
Check out the latest weekly news in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Hillary Clinton elaborates on her education views while Trump remains mum.
Graduation rates are once again at a new national high despite a stagnant performance on tests that determine college and career readiness.
A new study on relational bullying finds it might not be such a "girl thing" after all.
It might be a while before virtual reality fully takes off, study finds.
A new report argues against Common Core in U.S. Catholic schools.
AltSchool is beginning the next phase of its work in education.
A new Google-commissioned report provides insight into the underrpresenation of minorities in computer science.
A new survey finds that K-12 parents do not believe that schools are adequately using EdTech to support their children's learning needs.