This may be taking STEM a tad too far. NPR introduced an author who writes books about rocket science and physics to very young children.
Barry Garelick: To overturn students’ “doing without knowing” reformers have created students for whom “understanding” foundational math is not even “doing” math.
Dr. Gary Houchens of Western Kentucky University explains why he is concerned about the trend to oversell workforce readiness in K-12 education.
Chester Finn believes that the worldview and faux psychology behind the self-esteem movement of the past are alive and well with social-emotional learning.
Silicon Valley tech companies want taxpayers to pay for public schools to teach coding to prepare more American students to go to work for them.
A school designing its curriculum doesn’t have independence when standards and assessments drive what is being taught and in some cases how it is taught.
In the 17 state accountability plans submitted to the U.S. Department of Education few highlight the Common Core, but not because it has disappeared.
The Ohio Department of Education is updating the state’s science, social studies, and financial literacy standards and are asking for feedback on revisions.
Massachusetts Education Commissioner Mitchell Chester passed away on Monday night after a fight with cancer. He was 65.
At readers’ request, we provide some links to U.S. Department of Education regulations that our readers can read and comment on before August 21, 2017.