Information sessions about new science and social studies learning standards are ongoing in Mich., with a few more planned for this week.
A new study finds that schools following guidelines from the US Dept. of Ed. regarding bullying have lower levels of bullying.
We find an abandonment of the American dream as companies send jobs overseas and as charter schools become corrupt.
Students play a role in an education campaign aimed at preventing heroin addiction, announced this morning by the lt. gov. of Md.
Speaker of the House John A Boehner will resign at the end of October. His term was fraught with a polarized and paralyzed Congress.
Pope Francis delivered remarks and zoomed in on examples of 4 Americans: Lincoln, King, Dorothy Day, and Thomas Merton.
A new law in IL makes it a H.S. graduation requirement to include at least 1 semester of civics as part of the 2-year social studies requirement.
A possible ballot question in Mass. will ask voters what they think about the Common Core State Standards. We hope they’re never asked.
A Republican presidential candidate and neurosurgeon says he doesn’t “believe in” evolution. Strange indeed. But so what?
NAEP has released data from the 2014 social studies examination for 8th graders in the US: no significant change from the results in 2010.