With the 2020 election less than a year away, a sobering new study finds that soon-to-be first-time voters are unprepared to assess online content.
While the national debate over homework continues, a teacher in Wisconsin finds that his students learn better without it.
A Swedish teenager’s activism is helping educators find ways to support their students’ interest in climate change throughout the year.
Whatever the grade or subject area, every teacher can effectively incorporate movement in the classroom throughout the school day.
Students of color get the least rigorous civics education. Hear from three veteran educators who upended the status quo.
What’s new in public education this year? We see some trends emerging, including trauma-informed education, virtual reality, and more.
NEA Foundation Horace Mann Award recipient talks about the wide-ranging benefits language immersion programs bring to all students.
To help trigger curiosity, wonder and discovery—the things that engage us in learning—provoke more student inquiry.
Art teacher Allison Richo is not afraid to bring social justice and other challenges into her classroom.
Share more about yourself and you’ll engage more with students.