Many of the nation’s governors have expressed concerns about returning to a more normal course of business without greatly expanding testing.
By Matthew Perrone, Michelle R. Smith, Associated Press
The United States is struggling to test enough people for the novel coronavirus so officials can track and control the spread of the disease.
Pressure on students to obtain A's is having a harmful impact on stress, depression and anxiety levels. High school teacher David Cutler shares some ways to help students learn from setbacks and then move on.
By Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press
Thousands of students are opting out of new standardized tests aligned to the Common Core standards, defying the latest attempt by states to improve academic performance.
A new report finds that U.S. students’ financial literacy is only average compared to students worldwide. So what can be done to improve the performance of our schools? Education correspondent John Merrow reports on one test that may help American…
By Kyla Calvert Mason
Indiana has become the first state to drop the Common Core standards for teaching math and English in public schools.
Will new Common Core standards succeed in centralizing student learning?…
The 2012 Program for International Student Assessment are out, revealing how more than 60 countries compare with one another in reading, math and science.
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