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The Senate's education committee has scheduled its hearing to review Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education.
A survey reveals an opportunity that libraries might be missing.
The U.S. Department of Education is encouraging families to be engaged under ESSA.
About two-thirds of Arkansas' public schools will receive virtual reality sets thanks to a donation from Facebook.
What do zombies, librarians and manufacturing education all have in common? They're all included in this week's STEM roundup!
10 quotes that reveal how Betsy DeVos feels about education.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Charles Schwab Foundation have announced the release of a free online game that teaches teens money management skills.
Opponents, including Elizabeth Warren and John B. King, Jr., express concerns about Betsy DeVos's goals as Education Secretary ahead of confirmation hearing.
"Hidden Figures" has instantly been recognized as teaching a valuable lesson in STEM to today's students.
A new report provides decision makers with recommendations for improving school leadership under ESSA.
Where does your city rank on the 2017 list of best and worst cities for STEM professionals?
Maryland's libraries will be hosts of virtual makerspaces thanks to a new partnership.
A series of guidances help set a standard for recess programs in U.S. schools.
The 2017 National Teacher of the Year finalists represent a group of unique, highly talented individuals in the teaching profession.
Video sharing app Flipgrid has announced a free version after a year of record growth.
Social media is proving to be a valuable resource to engage educators, parents and students.
Read about this week's STEM news.
The DOE has released information regarding the education of immigrant children just a week before the administration switches hands.
How you can inspire your students to be the country's top young scientist--and $25,000 richer.
Google Classroom now includes updates designed to better help teachers differentiate learning for students.

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