The latest news on K-12 education
Wendy Hawkins of the Intel Foundation discusses the state of STEM education and what challenges exist.
Are teachers unions and collective bargaining bad for STEM education? One technology expert shares his opinion.
More schools have implemented nutritional policies and have increased physical education programs.
Nearly one in three students was not ready for entry-level college courses in any subject.
Parents are concerned about school funding, not testing and regulations, a new study shows.
One of the first 'parent trigger' schools reopened this week as a historic district-charter hybrid.
Philadelphia school officials say they cannot start classes unless they get an additional $50 million.
A lack of funding and resources may hinder states' abilities to implement the standards and assessments.
The administration granted the unprecedented waiver after California was denied in December.
Watch the video to catch up on highlights from the U.S. News STEM Solutions Conference.