During a three-day training session on the Common Core State Standards at Fort Lewis College in Colorado, about 600 educators met to discuss the standards and how to teach them to students in the fall academic year.
Arizona's "Move On When Reading" law is now in effect, requiring that third graders be held back for a year of instruction and remediation if they score below the third-grade reading standard.
Selected statistics from the 2011-12 school year are presented in this latest NCES Report.
Common Sense Media Group writes letter to ed-tech companies asking for protection of student data.
An education startup called Panorama Education received four million dollars in seed funding. This will allow them to expand on their existing work with schools in providing surveys and data analysis for teachers and adminsitrators.
This year's fall EIMAC meeting took place in Crystal City, VA from October 7-9, 2013. Conversations over the three days of the EIMAC meeting focused on building the capacity of state agencies to support the development of statewide information systems and the use of education data to improve student achievement.
FCC Extends Deadline for Erate Comments to Nov. 8 Post-Government Shutdown
The U.S. Department of Education announces a new evidence-based grant program to support innovative practices that serve high need students in K-12 education, and to support the expansion of those practices supported by evidence of effectiveness
EducationSuperHighway launched the 2016 State of the States report about K-12 broadband in our nation
A partnership of organizations have released an tool and report on online assessments.