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With only one presidential debate left before its time to vote in the 2016 presidential election, it has become clear that education is not a prioritized...
AltSchool, deemed since its creation in 2013 as a "school of the future,” is moving into the next phase of its work in education to test its personalization...
Big companies have been putting forth their best efforts to get virtual reality technology into schools, but a recent announcement from Extreme Networks...
 A non-scientific study published in 2016 found that 40 percent of teachers are hesitant to teach about this presidential election because of difficult topics...
According to a new University of Washington study published this week, a masculine culture might be the main reason why women are deterred from majoring in...
In a recent University of Phoenix College of Education survey conducted by Harris Poll, only 15 percent of teacher respondents would give themselves an “A”...
Inspired and committed to doing her part to close the “digital divide” that affects so many underprivileged children in the U.S., CommonLit founder Michelle...
A new infographic based on the latest data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) also known as the Nation’s Report Card provides a...
As part of Sonic’s 8th annual Limeades for Learning Voting Campaign, the company will be donating a total of $1 million to fund teachers' projects that receive...
Thanks to the White House’s ConnectED initiative, Google, Sprint and three New York City library systems, up to 5,000 of the city’s public school students will...
A study conducted by IEA's TIMSS & PIRLS International Study Center at Boston College assessed the education systems of 60 countries and regions to compare...
16-year-old Amit Kalra has attracted the attention of both the media and Apple for channeling his desire to expedite the tedious process of doing math homework...
A new program, Life of a Can, created by Novelis, the world leader in aluminum rolling and recycling, and Discovery Education, the leading provider of digital...
A new survey from Deloitte analyzed responses from nearly 3,000 teachers, parents and students across the country to reveal some interesting opinions about...
Last week, California governor Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that outlines how state officials should start preparing to bring computer science education...
A new study from the American Institutes for Research (AIR) has found that providing teachers with professional development opportunities helps to improve...
A recent study from researchers at Yale University is revealing just how important improving diversity in the preK-12 profession is—inherent racial bias...
Education was only fleetingly mentioned during last night’s highly anticipated presidential debate between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican...
An announcement from Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has revealed that New York City is on track to provide all of the city’s 1.1 million students with...
A year after the announcement of the Computer Science for All Initiative (CS4All), Mayor de Blasio, Chancellor Carmen Fariña and Gabrielle Fialkoff, Senior...

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