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Engineering Building a Foundation in K-12 Curricula

Parents' Unemployment Affects Students at Home, School

Math Teachers Strive to Bring Core to At-Risk Students

Education Schools Innovate to Supply STEM Teachers

Computers can't replace real teachers

Early College Hopefuls

Busting Up Misconceptions About Formative 'Assessment'

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Research: Small, Frequent Tests Could Help Kids Pay Attention, Learn

Schools foundation making 'richer' experience for kids

Math 'Publishers' Criteria' Aim to Guide Common-Core Materials

'Best teacher' talks about supporting kids

Students use virtual reality in competition

Teacher: Why I won’t quit despite ‘inane’ reform

What teachers need and reformers ignore: time to collaborate

Federal Support Could Close 'Preschool Access Gap,' Center Says

Flipped classrooms put students in charge of learning

Schools demanding news literacy lessons to teach students how to find fact amid fiction

‘Personalization’ of learning: Genuine or slick marketing?

The Kids Are (Not) All Right

How Do You Evaluate Teachers Who Change Lives?

Three Types of Parents Want to Help Schools, Study Finds

Cultivating Young Readers

Are Students Ready for College? High School Teachers: Yes; Professors: No

Cities Should Embrace After-School Learning

Fixing the 'Opportunity Gap' to Close the Achievement Gap

New initiative pushes literacy in young children