An innovative arts program in Connecticut allows students to study art alongside visiting Chinese students and collaborate in ways that allow a deeper appreciation for art from both cultures.
The National Council for the Social Studies this past June released new guidelines for teaching religion in schools.
Florida’s Collier County school district will use the Cambridge Primary curriculum, which was developed by the University of Cambridge, in every one of its 29 elementary schools.
Mold may raise images of sick students and rotting buildings, but in reality, it’s an easy—and most times inexpensive—problem to solve if dealt with quickly and effectively.
Eighth-graders in Maine in the 2017-18 school year will be the first to adhere to proficiency-based standards.
Sensory rooms not only help students with special needs feel more comfortable and empowered in the classroom, they may also keep them in their neighborhood schools, according to K12 administrators.
K12 district leaders are collaborating with entire communities and using new curricula to help combat the opioid crisis sweeping the nation.
Combatting the nation’s opioid crisis is one of the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s top priorities.
Free or low-cost resources exist to help districts start or improve computer science education.
Many states lack well-defined computer science standards; others don’t count computer science courses toward core graduation requirements. And in many districts, computer science courses aren’t reaching enough students.