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Nearly 30 percent of U.S. high school students admitted to using a connected device to cheat on a classroom exam or project, according to a recent survey.
A STEAM learning philosophy is just one of many trends that districts will incorporate more over the next five years, according to the latest New Media Consortium/CoSN Horizon Report,
School officials in more than 200 southeastern Texas districts were struggling early last month to recover from Hurricane Harvey.
Mold growth at California’s Klamath-Trinity Joint USD three years ago was an asset in disguise.
A drop in football enrollment is forcing some districts to make tough program cuts, and is inspiring others to seek creative ways to keep the sport afloat.
Building a school’s music instruction around more recent artists and hits offers an alternative to a curriculum that’s often based on classical, jazz and marching bands.
Requiring high schools to offer at least one AP course would help increase rural student access to rigorous pre-college work, according to a recent report.
At least five states, including Ohio, Nevada, New York and Texas, offer special endorsements for high school graduates who demonstrate strong achievement in STEM.