Psychology Teachers Turned Their Classroom Into A Study About The Best Way To Fight Fake News
Educators are coming up with increasingly creative ways to instill critical thinking skills
Jordan E. Rosenfeld
My Black Stepson Is Proof That Our Schools Put White Culture First
We could raise student test scores by 11% if schools thought more about how everyone learns best.
Here's What The Parthenon Would Look Like If It Were Made Out Of 100,000 Banned Books
The ancient Greek building is a cornerstone of democracy, which is built on knowledge.
Standardized Tests Don’t Show What Kids Know
So why are teachers in 40 states being evaluated with them?
San Francisco Spoils Chocolate Milk For Kids
Can't blame this one on tech bros.
If Teachers Squashed Bullying, Maybe Schools Wouldn’t Be So Broke
Schools are missing out on millions in funding because harassed kids stay home.
What Colleges Really Think About How Teens Spend The Summer
An admissions counselor weighs in on the choice between taking classes and work.
The Digital Revolution Changed What A Textbook Looks Like. Is That Helping Kids Learn?
Schools are buying fewer print books in favor of versions that allow students to highlight text and search for content.
A Leaked Memo Just Revealed The Feds Are About To Roll Back Civil Rights In Schools
Kids of every color, ability, and gender rely on these protections — here's what could be lost
With more than 16,000 complaints alleging special ed discrimination in five years, it's clear our kids still need defending.
This World-Famous Public School Choir Just Made Lin-Manuel Miranda Cry
Staten Island’s PS22 is down with the #Ham4All challenge, and it’s a tear-jerker.
In The Land Of Bill Gates, A Standoff Over Money For Schools
Not one of Washington State’s 13 resident billionaires pays a dime in income tax.
Washington State has been fined $67 million — and counting — because it doesn’t want to pay for basic education.
Hanna Brooks Olsen
How Libraries Won Over The Hearts Of Millennials
They aren’t just taking selfies in the stacks, either.
Some Schools Still Ban ‘Harry Potter.’ Here’s How They Justify It
Attempts at censorship show a distrust of students and their imaginations.
Here's How To Get Kids To Stop Saying They Hate Math
The U.S. ranks 40th in the world in math literacy.
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