Rather than have students memorize names and dates, this history curriculum invites students to grapple with real-life issues faced by people from the past.
The opt-out movement caught on heavily in Colorado in the late 2010s. A group of education scholars is exploring the reasons why.
Migrants to the US say they need a map to help them navigate the world of higher education.
Policymakers and others often invoke the 1957 Russian launch of sputnik when trying to spark a discussion about education reform. A rhetoric scholar examines how often they succeed.
During the civil rights era, Black teachers were valued members of the community and often taught generations of family members.
With Donald Trump absent again, Republican presidential hopefuls took potshots at each other but agreed that Bidenomics isn’t cutting it.
Two education researchers reviewed the evidence on year-round school. Here is what they found.
While a Florida curriculum implies that enslaved Africans ‘benefited’ from skills acquired through slavery, history shows they brought knowledge and skills to the US that predate their captivity.
The 2023 Global Education Monitoring Report proposed restrictions on the use of technology in the classroom.
Could a 10-minute meeting between teachers and principals reduce teacher turnover? A researcher explores the possibilities.
New research on school superintendent turnover rates reveals that divisive political issues are contributing to the problem of instability among school leadership across the US.
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.
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.
A college readiness scholar says the new Advanced Placement course in African American Studies has been weakened by political pressure from the right.
A new analysis finds that teacher sanctions are relatively rare. But when they do occur, it’s usually related to sex and drugs.
Extremely young school shooters are not believed to be capable of forming criminal intent.
At a time when politicians across the country are debating how slavery in the US is taught, high school students are participating in mock slave auctions that are having severe consequences
Billions of dollars are being spent on tutoring in the US. Will it be enough to help schoolchildren make up for pandemic learning loss? An education economist weighs in.
A scholar who used to evaluate after-school programs says they should do more than just be a place for kids to hang out and socialize.