Articles by Jason Koebler
Percentage of students taking Algebra II has nearly doubled since 1982.
Government grants that funded foreign language classes nationwide fall victim to budget cuts.
Vaccine would protect against most deadly strains.
In this week's roundup: Maryland's educational system ranks No. 1 for the fourth consecutive year.
A new influenza strain has shown the potential for human-to-human transmission.
Some schools worry students are overexerting themselves—but are mandated AP limits the answer?
An association of American governors offers recommendations for teacher pay structures.
In this week's roundup: New York gets tough with school districts, teachers rebel against technology.
The controversial No Child Left Behind law changed the face of American education.
New STEM high school diplomas will focus on college and career readiness.