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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.
This week in evolution and climate change, the National Center for Science Education members discuss a recent survey that reveals teachers' requirements for solid science education.
Teachers in Seattle, W.A. are striking for the first time in 30 years, affecting 53,000 children and their parents. In the second day of the strike, the city's teachers union and public school system attempt to continue negotiations today...
Turnitin announced that it will be providing educators with numerous free resources through "Back to School: Writing With Integrity Tools," which includes tools and webcasts to help educators teach their students integrity in writing.
Chromebooks are rapidly increasing its influence in America's K-12 classrooms when it comes to personal computing devices, an analyst revealed to Education Week.
Education technology is booming in K-12 institutions however there is one aspect missing in the classroom, social media.
This week in evolution and climate change, National Center for Science Education (NCSE) team members offer perspectives and resources on teaching climate change and its effects in the classroom as well as why it's important to do so.
What better way to teach your students about the beauty and wonder behind lunar eclipses than to teach about the first "supermoon" lunar eclipse to grace Earth's skies in three decades?
The summer is behind us, and the school year is in full swing for most schools across the country. But before we focus on the great things that are happening as students go back-to-school, the 74million.org is taking at some of the great... 09/01/2015 - 10:11am ago
As results from Common Core-aligned tests begin to come in, states are left confused by what the results actually mean in terms of defining student achievement.
This week in evolution & climate change, the NCSE team talks octopuses, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the good things that happen from collaboration in science.
This week in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), legislators and educators continue to look for ways to get more students into STEM-related studies as jobs have opened up with far fewer applicants available.