Does our education system depend too much on statistical averages to understand students? Yes, according to a new book, and it has to stop.
Do shorter school weeks produce savings without compromising student achievement? Depends on who you ask.
You can’t build effective schools by punishing students with high stakes tests, ignoring poverty and not supporting teachers, says García.
An estimated 5 to 7.5 million students are absent 18 or more days of school each year.
Homework is one of the most complicated pedagogical strategies, says expert, and the vast majority of educators are getting it right.
In search of better ways to measure student progress, some states are scrapping letter grades. What will take their place?
Learning more about student motivation and resilience can be helpful, but even the leading advocate of teaching grit is urging caution.
Student mobility may be on the rise, but is it harmful? A new study examines what happens when students change schools.
Despite the national push to get them to read and write by year-end, most kindergartners aren’t ready.