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Students in grades 1-6 are encouraged to enter this cursive writing competition.
Google and Microsoft have both made big edtech announcements today.
As OET defines ed tech goals, questions remain as to how or if they'll be met by new incoming leadership.
Two years of quality professional development helped California teachers improve students' writing skills.
Science and math teachers are encouraged to enter project ideas to DonorsChoose.org through this $1 million campaign.
Director of Policy for New Teacher Center Liam Goldrick comments on what Betsy DeVos' hearing means for teacher effectiveness in the U.S.
Leading organizations in Connecticut have created a series of principles to help the state;s legislators design a fair funding formula.
The NAACP has released an official statement opposing Betsy DeVos' confirmation as education secretary.
A new trend in STEM is being delivered to people's doorsteps every month.
Read the latest news from this week in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Opposition against Betsy DeVos' confirmation as Secretary of Education has escalated, but her confirmation is likely nonetheless.
Resources for teaching about President Trump's travel ban.
Founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America talks fight to keep guns out K-12 schools unless in the hands of trained, hired security professionals.
Helping students pay close attention to their mistakes can help them succeed, study finds.
The Senate's HELP committee has voted to move Betsy DeVos forward in the confirmation process.
Trump's Department of Education will be delaying ESSA regulations, will waive 'notice-and-comment' rulemaking.
A new study has found bullying has profound effects on students' academic achievement.
A digital tool that better connects high schools with college representatives will soon be added to Hobsons' Naviance platform.
Read about the current acting secretary of education before the next is confirmed.