Aside from stability, military parents often cite a dislike of the Common Core State Standards as reasons for choosing home school.
By Liana Heitin, Education Week
The common core’s impact on student achievement may have peaked early and already tapered off, according to a new analysis of national test scores.
By Corey Mitchell, Education Week
The United States is now home to the largest number of foreign-born black people in its history and many are K-12 students enrolled in public schools. This presents unique challenges for the school districts that welcome them.
By Benjamin Herold, Education Week
More schools are opting for student teleworking, offering classes online. The strategy is currently being used by a handful of schools in Alabama, Minnesota, and New Jersey, and represents a new twist on established trends in digital learning.
As the beginning of May heralds the end of the academic year, Time Magazine essayist Nancy Gibbs praises great teachers.
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