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Latest Education Items
Ohio plans to give students new exams to measure achievement starting as soon as next year, and thousands of children will be testing those tests this spring.
The U.S. Department of Education's lead official on adult and technical education is returning to Rhode Island to highlight President Barack Obama administration's priorities on workforce development, education and training.
New Mexico students will take pencil to paper for the last time this month for their state standards-based assessment test.
A prominent Christian evangelist known for promoting a Bible-based home school curriculum has resigned from the Illinois-based organization he led following allegations of sexual harassment.
More than three years after Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg committed $100 million toward remaking Newark's struggling schools, the district is engulfed in a dispute over proposed large-scale teacher layoffs that's threatening to derail wider reform efforts.
Students in Jackson public schools will have to go to school on Saturday, April 5, and Monday, April 21, to make up days missed because of bad weather on Jan. 28 and 29.
South Carolina high school students who don't plan to go to college should be able to choose courses that are more practical than algebra II or English literature, the state's superintendent of schools says.
Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks are looking for a few good teens to take part in this year's Youth Conservation Program.
The Fort Pierre Ranger District has scheduled a public gathering to formally introduce its new district ranger.