The latest news on K-12 education
Students in schools with anti-bullying programs are more likely to become victims than their peers.
A new poll shows that more than 75 percent of teachers support the Common Core State Standards.
Most states are spending less per student this year than when the recession hit.
A state board voted to grant a two-year extension for 13 districts to arm their teachers and staff.
An analysis says Teach for America and Teaching Fellows members can sometimes boost student math scores.
Wendy Hawkins of the Intel Foundation discusses the state of STEM education and what challenges exist.
Are teachers unions and collective bargaining bad for STEM education? One technology expert shares his opinion.
More schools have implemented nutritional policies and have increased physical education programs.
Nearly one in three students was not ready for entry-level college courses in any subject.
Parents are concerned about school funding, not testing and regulations, a new study shows.