The U.S. results on the latest international math and reading tests from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) were "sobering," said Kansas Education Commissioner Diane DeBacker.
The Indiana Department of Education recently released 2012-13 accountability grades for the state's schools.
As part of the Implementing the Common Core webinar series, CCSSO will host a webinar on Wednesday, January 15th at 2pm ET about digital resources and the Common Core.
DQC shares the results of their annual data survey. Action 1 asks states if they link data systems across the P-20 pipeline.
GAO released its report on data privacy, "Information Resellers: Consumer Privacy Framework Needs to Reflect Changes in Technology and the Marketplace."
The GED test is now only computer-based, but two new test options have entered the market.
A tech startup called Clever provides free software to help school and teachers track and enroll students.
West Virginia Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Phares told lawmakers during an interim legislative meeting that fewer 16-year-old students dropped out of high school in the 2011-12 school year, after the compulsory attendance age was raised to age 17.
A new report from the Tennessee Department of Education shows that the second year of implementing the state's teacher evaluation system showed improvement from the previous year.
The Business Innovation Factory will work with roughly two dozen middle and high school students in Rhode Island to understand how students would design their own schools. The project will include Youth in Action and the State Education Department.