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Corporations, foundations, and states will continue to feel pressure to fund STEM education, taking up the slack, as federal efforts remain unclear and sequestration in effect. This past spring a client
What would a list of the president's accomplishments when it comes to education look like for 2013? At the turn of every calendar year, it seems that lists abound that remind us of everything that happened
In a leafy suburb of Silicon Valley, 9 year olds lie on their tummies on the floor, log on to their silver Chromebooks, and begin doing maths lessons. Their teacher logs on as coach and gives one-to-one
Earlier this year, the House of Lords published a long and detailed report on the outwardly rather dry topic of government chief scientific advisers. This 100-page report was based on almost 400 pages
• Standards! No wonder this country is going to hell in a whatsit when algebra has been kicked off the curriculum to make room for rapping and the third word our children learn to spell is rofl. What need
One in four Americans doesn’t know that the Earth revolves around the Sun, but this says much more about culture than it does about education A recent US National Science Foundation Study of more than
Students in Massachusetts are doing great compared to their international peers, according to the National Center for Educational Statistics. Students in Alabama, Mississippi, and D.C., however, are languishing.
A groundbreaking study of New York schools by a MacArthur "genius" challenges the typical understanding of what makes a good school In fact, schools that poured in more resources actually got worse results.
The Office of Fair Trading has written to more than 170 universities and other higher education groups warning that the widespread practice of stopping students graduating or continuing with their course
Notice that the percentage of Chinese eighth graders scoring "advanced" in mathematics is higher that the percentage of eighth graders scoring "advanced" from all other nations. After all, isn't the Race
'Out of an abundance of caution" drinking water on all Detroit Public Schools campuses is being shut down until further notice, the superintendent said. The lack of black men in medicine is staggering.