Homework is one of the most complicated pedagogical strategies, says expert, and the vast majority of educators are getting it right.
What makes a “math person?” Research suggests praise for a problem well solved goes a long way.
Despite the national push to get them to read and write by year-end, most kindergartners aren’t ready.
How do creative teachers navigate around our test-driven education policies? A new study asked some of the best to find out.
You may know the impact of Marbury v. Madison and the meaning of check and balances, but does the average 8th grader?
Find out what other skills the public believes will help students “get ahead in the world today.” Do you agree?
Content knowledge fused with real-world situations is the only way to prepare students for the modern world, say experts.
“NCLB has corrupted what it means to teach and what it means to learn,” says NEA President Lily Eskelsen García.