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Math and English teachers share successful tactics that have helped their students learn from each other.
As more districts go digital, teachers outline what needs to be in place for a successful transition.
Science museums and centers are becoming a key resource for class content and professional development in states adopting the Next Generation Science Standards.
Teachers can help their middle schoolers learn how to evaluate online information by looking for things like accuracy, reliability, and bias.
A dean at Northeastern University is hoping to encourage more female students to pursue careers in STEM through a free video games initiative.
A new study finds that a majority of U.S. middle and high school students have access to mobile devices, with one-third of those devices issued by schools.
Teaching our students digital citizenship is central to how we prepare them for success in college and career.
A middle school ELA teacher explains how she uses real-world research projects to tap students' creativity and engagement.
American students perform slightly better than some of their international peers in problem solving, according to a recent OECD report.
With STEM subjects, the gap between what goes on in the classroom and what goes on in the real world is much larger than it is for most other subjects.