Common Core assessments are making testing easier for students with special needs, experts say.
Philadelphia students with autism will no longer be transferred from one school to another without parental input, a June settlement states.
An austere doctor’s office with three cadavers laid out on stainless-steel examination tables awaited students from seven Illinois high schools.
Education and business stakeholders continue to call for more rigorous curricula, instruction and assessments in order to adequately prepare students for the demands of the 21st century.
When students in music class at Jennings School District in Missouri started taking violin lessons, they would show when they were frustrated. After a year of playing beautiful music, the students wait a beat, and calm down, instead of acting out.
As of July 1, students will have a harder time getting their hands on junk food in public schools, as stricter standards raise the nutritional value of what’s available in cafeterias, campu
The arts are driving up test scores and closing achievement gaps in more than 30 Mississippi schools that are blending music, theater, visual art and dance into core subjects.
Autism rates soared by nearly 30 percent between 2008 and 2010, according to an April study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Over the past two years, elementary teachers in Weston Public Schools in Connecticut have been learning to implement Singapore Math, a highly regarded program that delves deeply into concepts ranging from understanding numbers and length to rounding and adding fractions.
As school district leaders prepare teachers for the Common Core state standards, peer coaching has emerged as a powerful tool.
The largest school infrastructure project in Connecticut history is nearing its one-year anniversary.
Robots are opening new channels of communication for students on the autism spectrum or those with other disabilities.