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One University of Colorado professor has told NPR that he has the solution to getting students to stop texting in class.
Starting in 2018, the New Jersey state Board of Education approved regulations requiring teacher hopefuls to complete 175 additional clinical hours as student teachers before becoming a full-time.
This week in news from the National Center for Science Education, the reality behind a pandemic threat is exposed, a student shares important tips for practicing science and one NCSE team member has some qualms with the latest movie in the... 10/29/2015 - 12:54pm ago
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), Rosie the Riveter helps a state build STEM momentum for girls, ESPN opens its campus to STEAM learners, and Florida Gov. Rick Scott receives support for his STEM teacher... 10/27/2015 - 11:22am ago
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and wife, pediatrician and teacher Priscilla Chan are inspiring a new meaning for the term blended learning in education.
This week in National Center for Science Education news, the NCSE team reviews an early education resource and places a big focus on the importance and value of the NGSS.
If you’ve been following the current presidential campaigns, when it comes to education, you’re likely to hear a lot of candidates support increasing "innovation" in schools.
A recently released poll from the First Five Years Fund (FFYF) has found that investing in early education is a bipartisan cause, meaning that voters believe that investing in early education is critical to the future success of this... 10/20/2015 - 11:08am ago
Humanities is in the middle of an image crisis, so says Gretchen Busl of The Guardian.
Oct. 21 has been declared Unity Day since 2011, designated as a day where schools and communities across the country and now the world can get together to show support for preventing bullying in schools and communities.
This week from the National Center for Science Education, the NCSE team talks about last week's Nobel Prize winners and how world-changing scientific discoveries come from dedicated professionals creating their own luck.
The ALA released its findings this week in this year's Digital Inclusion Survey, which compiles two decades worth of research on the shifting role of the 17,000 public libraries serving local communities across the country.
Over the past few weeks, Microsoft has been aggressively expanding its computer science program, committing $75 million to help teach computer science in schools over the next three years.
This week in the National Center for Science Education's discussion of evolution and climate change, the NCSE team gets political by discussing the importance of science in the gun control debate as well as the times when charitable... 10/08/2015 - 11:45am ago
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) News, Arne Duncan continues to advocate for STEM after announcing his resignation this December, students showcase STEM skills through creating mobile apps, and schools in one... 10/07/2015 - 9:31am ago
Although one state's supreme court ruled six years ago that the state was responsible for providing a certain level of education to all, it did not specify preschool.
This week in posts from the National Center for Science Education, its team members talk about the importance of the science teacher in the classroom.
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news, find out how you can sign your school up to compete in a global online competition that challenges students in math, science and literacy.
This week in Science Technology, Engineering and Math news, experts discuss closing the STEM education gap, a text message game has children use STEM skills to solve clues, and leaders in the industry use their names to help advocate for... 09/15/2015 - 12:41pm ago
Today marks the fourth day of the Seattle teachers' strike, where more than 53,000 children are forced to stay home as the Seattle Education Association and Seattle Public Schools continue to negotiate the end of the teacher walkout.

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