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In a vote late yesterday night, Acting Secretary John B. King was confirmed by the Senate for the permanent role in a 49-40 vote.
November is National Family Literacy Month, and the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) is contributing with events and resources to help create a strong support system for children learning to read across the country.
Use this list of activities from EdWorld to cover all the subjects this Groundhog Day.
Proponents of the alternative measure argued that providing the judiciary with the power to determine school funding would set a bad precedent and would instigate “unintended consequences.” Opponents of the alternative measure, however,... 11/04/2015 - 9:25am ago
In honor of National Bunsen Burner Day, here are some facts about the chemist behind it.
Psychometrics and math go hand-in-hand, authors of a new book say.
H&R Block continues to help students learn financial literacy schools for no charge to their teacher.
Another set of state board members are speaking out against the Department of Education's ESSA draft regulations.
A third of educators in Texas have to take a second job to make ends meet.
These teachers are taking their kids to the upcoming inauguration--regardless of who wins.
A new campaign is aiming to make parents aware of the damaging effects monthly absences have on student achievement.
Time will soon tell how the testing of Microsoft's education version of Minecraft, but it doesn't feel soon enough.
A NYC plan to ban suspensions for K-2 students is the center of the debate on discipline in K-12 schools.
Several writers are expressing concern over states' development of SEL standards.
What do Pokemon GO and STEM have in common? Find out with this week's latest STEM news.
Take your school supply savings and use that cash for something you want!
This summer workshop focused on helping teachers learn the science behind climate change to best teach it in the classroom.
Science camps and congressional app challenges are also part of this week's roundup.
The U.S. Department of Education addressed the rights of students with ADHD today.
The arrival of August means summer vacation is almost over, and that also means it’s time to get ready to go back to school.

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