STEM is taking root in Maryland schools, and Charles County, with a brand new science center (planetarium/IMAX), is making a big statement in terms of its students’ futures.
Credit cards were stolen from the Target stores in the US. It goes to show you: if criminals want some piece of data bad enough, they can get it.
A counselor who wrote a relationship self-help book in which views of women were hypersexualized was fired justly by Rich Township High School Dist 227, the 7th Circuit has ruled.
Paying students to eat a fruit or vegetable is less expensive than just serving it, and it also reduces waste and increases the chances they’ll eat the fruit or vegetable you serve.
The Mega Millions jackpot is approaching a record, thanks in part to a reduction in the odds of winning instituted by the lottery in October.
Some students in East St Louis, Ill., are learning how to make bar graphs by keeping track of their own progress on interim math tests given in their school.
Should students be compelled to make their political beliefs known to the general public via the Internet, a letter to a public official, and so on?
The Pearson Foundation has been ordered to pay a fine to support training of teachers in STEM subjects because the foundation broke the law repeatedly, at least in New York state.
We begin our review of newly released items from PARCC with third-grade mathematics. These two items show a lack of attention to detail that has typified PARCC items in the past.
When a news anchor says she knows what race Santa Claus is, it probably isn’t meant to be taken literally. Yet many have, due to a lack of critical thinking in literature.