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Study analyzes NAEP, Common Core math alignment

A new study of the math alignment between the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), adopted by most states, and the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), the longtime barometer of…

How micro-credentials could have a chance

Micro-credentials could have a hugely beneficial impact on teacher professional development if they are part of a system that reflects teachers' professional values, and if they are embraced by early…

Smithsonian will study digital learning practices

The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access was awarded a $500,000 grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York to fund a two-year research project on digital learning. Findings from the…

Do online charter schools measure up?

New research offers evidence that online charter schools post weaker academic performance and struggle more to maintain student engagement than their conventional brick-and-mortar peers. The National Study of Online Charter Schools,…

Study asks: Can math teachers teach coding?

How do students and teachers learn math and computer science, and how can we ease the coming shortage of computer science teachers? Worcester Polytechnic Institute will partner with Brown University…

Survey: Science education needs more support

Eighty-five percent of teachers in a recent survey said they would devote more instructional time to hands-on science-based learning if they had the chance. Eighty percent of those respondents said they…

Study outlines how businesses can better serve local schools

U.S. businesses could increase their positive contribution to and impact on public K-12 education if they adopt a newly-established approach that connects students in poverty to services essential to their…

Too much technology could hurt learning outcomes

Students who use computers and learning technology at moderate levels tend to have better learning outcomes than students who use computers and learning technology rarely, according to new research from…

Poll: Americans oppose linking teacher evaluations with student performance

Many Americans, especially public-school parents, give low marks to rating a teacher based partly on how students perform on standardized tests, according to a survey. The Gallup Poll released Sunday found…

More than half of students struggle with reading, report says

Nearly half of minority students and students from low-income families enter the fifth grade without basic reading skills, according to a new report urging Congress to focus on students' literacy…

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