Workshops this summer have helped teachers prepare to teach the English/language arts standards in the Common Core, adopted by almost every state.
Teachers in one Baltimore City middle school have been accused of changing student grades so students who would normally be held back can be promoted.
An op-ed piece in the Baltimore Sun calls on Maryland to adapt its standardized tests so that they are aligned with the Common Core, which is what teachers are actually teaching.
Reading or other activities that stimulate the brain, such as writing, may help your memory as you get older. Keep up with those “mentally stimulating activities” early and late in life.
A coup d’état in Egypt ousted Pres Mohamed Morsi and suspended the constitution. A closer look at liberty, through the eyes of the Common Core, helps us understand the coup’s motives.
Illinois students are being encouraged to access a free online tool designed to promote summer reading and keep students’ brains active before school resumes in the fall.
The Washington Post published a “standardized test” that was written by an 8th-grade student in New York. It’s all in fun, but with any good joke, there are elements of truth.
The Illinois School Library Media Association announced its book awards on March 22. The awards are intended to represent “favorite” books for students in K-12 schools in Illinois.
Baltimore County Supt. Dallas Dance delivered his 1st State of the Schools speech Thursday. He hopes to issue digital devices to students & start foreign language instruction in elementary school.
The Voxitatis Research Foundation will conduct an initial pilot test of a Web-based application that will promote reading over the summer months.