Certifications in the technology sector are ever-evolving, as new education tools, apps and platforms become available on a nearly continuous basis.
The Department of Education has begun accepting applications for $2.3 million in grants that will teach Native American languages to a new generation of children.
Students at Clarksville-Montgomery County School System can win a brand-new Toyota Yaris, Hyundai Accent or Kia Rio—or other prizes, such as gift cards—if they score a 3 or higher on exams.
Districts and community organizations now provide transportation, meals, summer lessons and family activities to prepare children for kindergarten reading.
Statewide teacher strikes and walkouts in West Virginia, Oklahoma, Arizona, Colorado and Kentucky left students out of school for days while superintendents scrambled.
The “4 C’s” smart model is a tool for school brand builders who are on the path to “telling, not selling.”
Computational thinking covers more than learning how to code or even how to use computers. Rather, it teaches problem-solving techniques that draw heavily on logic, sequencing, and trial and error.
Matthew Mayer and Shane Jimerson shaped a detailed, eight-point call to action to prevent gun violence in the U.S.. Several large school districts, among others, have signed on to support.
“Growth mindset” is the increasingly popular learning approach in which K12 leaders affirm their students’—and their staff members’—lifelong capacity to boost intelligence.
Mounds of research has shown that principals’ most important contributions to their schools come in the realm of instructional leadership.
A lot of science goes into building a great acoustic guitar. For example, students must analyze malleability, weight and other composition factors when picking the wood to make their own instrument.
Coaching has surfaced as a key quality improvement strategy for early childhood instruction, according to a recent report by Bellwether Education Partners.