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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...
Available with a free account, CommonLit’s new features offer teachers and parents access to free reading materials and question sets along with the option of...
In a post for SmartBrief’s Tech Tips, Karen Owens, a library technology educator at Palmer High School in Colorado Springs, CO, shares with educators several...
”This isn’t perfect, but it was the best option to move our students forward this year,” says Madison Area Memorial High School Principal Jessica Ward to...
Researchers from George Washington University, SRI International and George Mason University with funding from The National Science Foundation have identified...
Apple CEO Tim Cook elaborated on the company’s partnership with the White House through ConnectED, an initiative created to increase access to technology in U....
A report analyzing state graduation requirements for a standard diploma has found that 29 states now allow students to take computer science courses for math...
A Chinese university professor has designed custom facial recognition technology to scan students’ faces and determine if and when his classroom material loses...
Changing seasons represent a unique opportunity for educators to inspire and engage students with related content. Take the most advantage of this autumn...
Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street is partnering with Teachstone, an industry leader in professional development to...
"Whether one believes America is 'already great' or needs to be made 'great again,' it should be clear that technological innovation is a key factor in that...
  September 6th is National Read a Book Day, a day that encourages us all to grab a book and get to reading. Thanks to modern...
Following up on its review of K-12 math textbooks, non-profit EdReports.org has released new findings after looking at a series of English Language Arts...
The recently released results of the 48th annual Phi Delta Kappa survey reveal how a representative sample of 1,221 adults feel about America’s education...

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