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America's education system is unequal and unfair. Students who live in wealthy communities have huge advantages that rig the system in their favor.
Daily NewsDr. Robert Thomas with the Eastern Kentucky University Math Initiative spoke about scores from several standardized tests at the Pineville School Board meeting Monday.
Louisiana Delta Community College received approval to proceed with two major construction projects by the Louisiana State Bond Commission and can begin next year.
Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams told federal education officials the state would take an additional year to pilot a new teacher evaluation system based in part on student standardized test performance.
Soon you'll be able to take a foreign language standardized tests on an Android smartphone as Duolingo opens up its certified, proctored Test Center.
Last September, students in two different Advanced Placement math classes in the same local high school received intriguing offers from their teachers.
The end of the summer term also marks the end of an era for three middle schools in the Thurston area.
Pinellas Park theater shows "We Will Not Conform," a documentary by Glenn Beck that hopes to derail Common Core Standards.
Three past principals of Joseph Martin, two who were granted immunity in the former Woodside Elementary instructor's molestation trial, spent Tuesday sharing stories of a gifted teacher whose students were on time, excelled at standardized testing and overcame educational challenges.
A Knox County school board member and the state board of education hosted a forum Tuesday to discuss testing every Knox County student must take.
In Alameda County, nearly 70 percent of low-income youth are not proficient readers by the end of third grade, according to 2013 standardized test scores.
Editor's note: This is the fourth in a four-part series highlighting the local entities that will benefit from this year's Estes Park United Campaign.
Nationally, high school students perform poorly on the ACT. But poor students are even further academically behind than wealthier peers, a new study finds.
A recent study may have confirmed what public health and education advocates have long tried to argue: a positive and supportive school environment improves the health of children from low socioeconomic backgrounds, ultimately increasing their academic performance.
The Delton Amateur Community Theatres production of You Can't Take it With You continues this weekend with two shows Saturday, July 26, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, July 27 at 2 p.m. In their first weekend, more than 200 people enjoyed Delton ACTs sophomore production.
In less than a month, students will walk through the doors at Broken Arrow High School, and the State Department of Education tells FOX23 they still do not know who will provide standardized tests for thousands of students across the state this school year.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 06:56 am
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