State-level results from the PARCC tests have been released for Maryland’s high school students. Lots of kids did poorly, but not all.
Articles by Paul Katula
The Obama administration will issue guidance to reduce the amount of standardized testing schools put kids through for accountability.
An 8-day teachers’ strike ended and classes resumed at McHenry Comm H.S. in northern IL Tuesday, after teachers ratified a new contract.
A showcase of marching bands in northwest Ind. draws five fine performances on a cool Saturday afternoon in October.
A football booster is banned from school grounds. He allegedly recruited players from another school, which is against the rules.
Inequity is promoted, not reduced, when school accountability results label schools as failing: voters turn out in White districts, not in Black.
James Robinson of Lutheran H.S. in Rockford, Ill., broke the state’s all-time rushing record Friday in a 56-19 win over Byron.
Ohio State’s marching band paid tribute to jazz to honor their former director, who died recently, when the team took on Maryland this afternoon.
Bill & Melinda Gates discuss and give a speech about the future of their Seattle-based foundation with regard to education reform.
The former CEO of Chicago Public Schools has been indicted on federal charges in connection with kickbacks she allegedly received.
Football is a dangerous sport. Maybe, though, it’s even more dangerous than we thought, due to hits that don’t result in concussions.
Transgender students in Md. & Nev. deal with bathroom and locker room questions every day at school. What should be done?
The Supreme Court has decided not to hear a case that allows New York schools to send non-vaccinated students home if an outbreak occurs.
Elementary students in Alaska, as part of an artist-in-residence program, are building a maze made using the Fibonacci Sequence.
A high school student shot the principal of a high school in S.D. last week. The suspect will be tried as an adult for 1st-degree attempted murder.