The latest news on education
Students learn problem solving techniques while designing, programming, and tweaking games.
President Obama met with business leaders to discuss strategies for ensuring a competitive workforce.
The key to improving science education may be letting kids call some of the shots.
Students claim gap years abroad have greatly influenced their lives.
Maryland becomes the first state to pass a law requiring students to be environmentally literate.
Atlanta Public Schools interim head removes four superintendents as year-round classes start.
Organizations are banding together to share science, technology, engineering, and math ideas.
Atlanta Public Schools interim Superintendent Erroll Davis will get a one-year term to clean up schools.
A report by the Georgia governor confirms cheating in at least 44 Atlanta public schools.
Teachers union agrees that testing can play a role in teacher evaluations.