Newsday declared the war over Common Core and other education reforms in New York over and said parents must have their students take state assessments.
U.S. Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) released an open letter to President Donald Trump urging him to fire Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
ACT announced last week that they won a contract to provide a standardized assessment for a moral education program for students in the UAE.
Shane Vander Hart says that Constitution Day is a great day to remember that students need a better civics education and education is still not in the Constitution.
In a report on reforming the K-12 education regulatory process, Michael Q. McShane advocates for fewer and simpler standards, assessing less, and letting schools choose from multiple assessments.
When former Secretary of Education Arne Duncan visited Harvard University, he criticized the Trump Administration and bemoaned the state of federal K-12 education policy.
Maryland announced plans to replace PARCC. Their departure along with New Jersey’s exit drops the consortium that once boasted 27 partners to five.
Allison McDowell wrote a series of questions for parents to ask their children’s schools about the digital curriculum they use.
Some teachers discovered that classroom data walls that tracks student progress on assessments are not the motivator for students they hoped they would be.
A 29-year teaching vet claims that students are not proficient at reading or in other essential skills areas, because teachers are being told not to teach.