Should states replace their high school tests, used for meeting federal accountability requirements, with a test that matters for their students?
Articles by Paul Katula
The Music Man closed this evening at Perryville HS. A cast and crew of wide ranging ages showed, once again, that music affects us dearly.
A new Japanese animé film reminds me of the whole voucher-privatization debate for public schools: an identity crisis.
Charges of sexual misconduct against a female teacher surfaced a week ago at a Christian high school in Chicago’s southwest suburbs.
Students at a suburban IL high school calculated how high launches took their bottle rockets during an outdoor class earlier this month.
The state of IL, even after 22 months of impasse, still has no budget, and schools, struggling to make ends meet, drop services.
Graphing the solution to a system of linear inequalities is likely to come up on the PARCC test in algebra 1. Are you ready?
Our site was a little dysfunctional in terms of math (and reading pages), so I had to take myself offline these past few days to fix it.
Technology has made it easy for schools to notify parents in an emergency by robocall or robo-text. But has it gone too far?
Hazing allegations have surfaced around the football team at a South Texas high school, and 9 students have been charged with sex assault.