Integrated computing enables teachers to incorporate basic programming skills into K-12 students’ regular math, science and language arts classes.
Could a 10-minute meeting between teachers and principals reduce teacher turnover? A researcher explores the possibilities.
A historian of education policy says the dramatic drop in history test scores among the nation’s eighth graders was a predictable result.
Once considered a novelty in school, hip-hop has spawned an array of educational programs and initiatives that are reshaping the way educators teach and how students learn.
Parents who had positive experiences in school often select schools for their children that are similar to the ones they attended – but if they had a bad experience they avoid those kinds of schools.
A scholar explains how artificial intelligence systems can revolutionize the way students learn.
A new database shows that efforts to ban critical race theory are pervasive throughout the United States.
Nearly four decades after President Ronald Reagan proclaimed the first National Math Awareness Week, math readiness and enrollment in college math programs continue to decline.
Polarization among the public and politicians threatens to undermine educational progress made over the past few decades.
An education professor explains how a hit TV show about a struggling school became a jumping-off point for a course about urban education.
Federal law protects students’ rights to request some religious accommodations, including during the month of Ramadan.
Political power and a history of racism lurk behind the recent state takeover of the Houston public school system.
States are struggling to cover pension costs for public school teachers. A education policy expert weighs in on potential solutions.
An expert on adolescent sexuality weighs in on how technology has changed the amount and type of pornography that teens can consume – and what that means when it happens at school.
ChatGPT could lead to substantial learning gains if it’s used as a tutor, an online learning specialist says.
Calls to increase the diversity of the teacher workforce are unlikely to meaningfully address large racial and ethnic educational inequities, at least not during elementary school.
Teacher wages have risen little over the past few decades when adjusted for inflation.
Students may need a listening ear and reassurance in the aftermath of having witnessed a school shooting.
Some Americans hoped the Parkland shooting in 2018 would herald a turning point for gun violence in schools. Shootings, and deaths, have continued – and gotten more frequent.
Federal, state and local efforts to help students recover learning they missed or lost during the pandemic are underway. But those projects don’t include the youngest students.