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Amazon is hoping to be one of your trusted sources for digital content next school year.
What's the price the K-12 education community is actually paying for 'free' digital resources?
How different school boards are reacting to the Obama Administration's transgender directive.
Check out these activities from participating museums, libraries and organizations across the country that are embracing the National Week of Making.
New research confirms that fewer minority teachers are entering the profession and are more likely to be dissatisfied when they do.
LAUSD will vote on a proposal in August to provide all students with college savings accounts as costs for higher ed increase.
In the latest STEM news, a program is training certified teachers to be experts in STEM, and more!
Show your teachers some end-of-the-year appreciation with these gift ideas.
Read about Colorado's efforts to involve residents in the ESSA implementation process.
Add these PD books to your 2016 summer reading list.
Early exposure to science research may encourage students to pursue STEM in college in this week's STEM news.
Check out these best practices for ending the school year on a good note.
The struggle to fix Detroit Public Schools continues.
Check out these summer learning opportunities for summer 2016.
Thousands of students are participating in robotics thanks to a teacher appreciation project.
See how the Department of Education plans for how ESSA should be implemented.
The Gates Foundation will be providing digital resources aligned to the Common Core to better support teachers.
Could cutting textbooks save must-needed cash without affecting schools too negatively?
The latest studies are conflicting on whether or not technology is bad for student learning.