By Teachers, For Teachers
Florida Governor Rick Scott is signing into law a sweeping education bill that rolls back graduation standards adopted just three years ago.
A Washington state science teacher who helped transform his small school into a place where nearly every student graduates with some college credit was named as national teacher of the year.
A Detroit newspaper report says that a work group has been meeting in secret to develop a lower-cost model for K-12 public education, and that top aides to the state's governor are involved.
A new review finds that learning disabilities have complex causes and suggests possible approaches.
A new study suggests that teachers who gesture as they explain equations can make them more concrete for their classes.
A federal district judge ruled that school officials likely violated the First Amendment free-speech rights of a Florida student when they barred her from engaging in a silent protest.
Parents are outraged that standardized tests will be more difficult as states continue adopt the Common Core standards.
The Atlanta cheating scandal illustrates the dangers of the modern infatuation with incentives and what's called "pay for performance."
It is becoming increasingly clear that many diagnoses of hyperactivity in children are being made too quickly, and that when ADHD is diagnosed, more care must be taken in prescribing and monitoring the use of drugs.