Articles by Jason Koebler
Twelfth graders’ scores on a national U.S. history exam haven’t improved since 2001.
According to a new report, a higher percentage of high schoolers are finishing school.
A Library of Congress expert shares popular books to read over summer break.
Shortages force educators to teach subjects outside of their specialty areas.
More teens found work in May, but fewer hold jobs than last year.
These cities have won the most major sports championships.
Experts disagree on the prevalence of and defenses against cyber bullying.
Sunday, we’ll see a rematch of the 2007 Super Bowl as Tom Brady and the New England Patriots try to get revenge against Eli Manning and the Giants after they ruined the Patriots’ attempt at a perfect season. Either way, fans in Boston and New York don’t have much to complain about: Their teams have won more major sports championships than any other American cities. By their standards, New York is in a bit of a drought, having not won a championship since the Yankees took home the World Series trophy in 2009. Boston added to its trophy case with the Bruins’ Stanley Cup win in June. Here’s how the rest of America’s cities stack up in Major League Baseball, the National Hockey League, the National Basketball Association, the National Football League, and Major League Soccer history.
The American STEM crisis could greatly affect companies in science and engineering fields.
Private school enrollment has decreased 12.7 percent since 2001, according to a new government report.