Voters across the country had good news for schools, resoundingly defeating a voucher initiative in Ariz., and electing many pro-education governors.
Articles by Paul Katula
A heat stroke and death of a football player at the U. of Md. in June forced the president of the university to step down.
School & community problems often come down to life in American families and how different school experiences are.
Teams that finish a regular football season in IL undefeated have something to be proud of. But then, it’s on to the playoffs.
Solving systems of linear equations (2 equations in 2 unknowns) comes up in many algebra 1 classes across the nation.
Many schools in Florida are still closed after a deadly hurricane laid a path of destruction across much of the panhandle.
Is participating on soccer teams a “right” that an excluded player can ask a court of law to remedy if he gets cut?
Power losses and other damage on Florida’s Gulf Coast from Hurricane Michael. Schools are closed through at least Thursday.
Stocks plunged today, led by drops in technology shares and most likely secondary to rising government bond yields. Ramifications.
Does tech improve learning? Or is it just the first step of many? Students and teachers may see the question differently.