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Do liberal arts supporters have a reason to be concerned about liberal arts under President-elect Donald Trump?
Alabama's largest teacher organization passes a resolution supporting a ban on corporal punishment in public schools.
Detroit Public Schools Community District is highlighting its efforts to recruit talented teachers.
Two weeks of international assessments reveal Singapore's students to be king of the math, science and literacy world.
Chicago area Arabic teachers working in both K-12 and higher education will receive support thanks to a new partnership.
The answer to improved civic education, increased voter turnout might lie in letting 16- and 17-year-olds vote.
This powerful PSA and its corresponding message is a must-see.
Accenture has partnered with Code.org to emphasize the need for digital skills this Computer Science Education Week.
Take a look at the final testing regulations under ESSA as dictated by the Obama Administration's Department of Education.
Seesaw announces new features that further its mission to include all students and families in classroom learning.
Check out the latest news in Science, Technology, Math and Engineering.
Alabama is the first state to place restrictions on gifts for teachers.
A few things that are really on teachers' holiday list this year.
This new digital storytelling tool is a great free resource to introduce into your classroom.
What might assessments look like under Donald Trump?
Nashville's public schools continue to remain poised to serve as an example for how music education can bounce back after years of national decline.
Teachers are searching for extra support after ineffective implementation of restorative justice leaves their hands tied.
New research indicates investment into quality early education programs has an even greater return on investment than previously thought.
33 civil rights groups are publicizing their concerns about Trump's education secretary pick.
This series is designed to help states address ESSA requirements that allow policy leaders to promote the education of the whole child.

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