We take a look at tech initiatives for learning in our schools and question whether this is really “personalized” learning or just “digital” learning.
The Md. legislature is considering a bill that would recognize school systems that adjust 1st bells in accordance with research-driven teen sleep times.
H.B. 72 will go a long way toward helping kids speak up about sexual abuse and helping teachers recognize when it’s happening.
Should school buses come with seat belts? Data are equivocal, but some Md. legislators want to make seat belts a requirement.
Jeb Bush may soon end his run for president, but some of his ideas are worth talking about, no matter who becomes the leader of the free world.
Kids who took the PARCC tests last year scored lower, on average, if they took the test online, compared to paper-and-pencil.
The murder of a 13-year-old liver transplant patient from Virginia following what may have been a social media hook-up leaves Va. Tech reeling.
We celebrate the life of a special educator in Frederick Co., Md., whose efforts eased the suffering of a great many kids on the autism spectrum.
During snow days, some school employees, including principals and skeleton custodial staff, report to the school. Some of them make videos.
2 teachers of the year have written op-eds in different publications, saying they have examined PARCC tests and find them to be tests worth taking.