About 3 in 5 schools that include 7th grade in the US don’t have a class called “chemistry,” Education Week says. Here’s why.
Wind chill is reported as temperature. That’s not exactly the right unit, but since that’s what people understand, that makes news.
Bullied students often find themselves alone at lunch, but an app tries to reduce the harmful effects of being an outcast at the lunch table.
That body on the ground outside the high school isn’t what you think. Please don’t call the office. Cool science, though.
Yeah, it’s cold outside—so cold, in fact, that Chicago and a few dozen other cities set records for the lowest maximum on Jan. 1 or 2.
Making artificial intelligence that assists in teaching and learning more efficient means using special components both to store data and solve problems.
There’s more to equality than the number of women promoted in technology-related careers or companies; end sexism.
A $1bn bond issue, new technology, old and new books, movies, and a Texas Teacher of the Year who used to work in Hollywood.
The federal government repealed the 2015 decree of so-called net neutrality, and the impact to schools is unpredictable at this point.
It’s windy today in Chicago, which can cause problems for buses. It certainly caused issues for planes at the airports.