The latest news on K-12 education
National achievement in math has outpaced achievement in reading for fourth and eighth graders.
As parents try to rein in video game usage at home, some teachers are including it at school.
Educators say cell phones shouldn't be feared in the classroom.
Experts offer advice to keep tech-illiterate parents in the digital loop.
Students in six U.S. cities will compete to make healthier, tastier school lunch options.
A new, bipartisan bill to revise No Child Left Behind has been introduced in the Senate.
Social studying websites make it easy for students to virtually collaborate.
According to a new poll, many students want to become entrepreneurs but are getting slow starts.
These best communities have effective high school dropout prevention services.
Organizations such as Facebook and Cartoon Network have launched a new anti-bullying campaign.