We break down the trends, challenges, and developments in the latest Horizon Report that could help K–12 leaders move their systems into the future.
What happens when an elementary school adopts a no-homework policy for a year? Students and parents at Estabrook Elementary School in Massachusetts are focusing their after-school learning on independent reading skills.
Accountability standards have been lightened under the Every Student Succeeds Act, except when it comes to English Language Learners.
Making coding courses more inviting to young female students is a tough task, but three education leaders have made headway with a variety of outreach and support techniques.
Cultivating a growth mindset allows students to understand that success means keeping the goal in sight and continuing to work toward it—whenever and wherever that may be.
Savor these last days of summer, but don’t fret: We can keep the best of summer with us throughout the year!
To combat our growing concerns about fake news and filter bubbles, we’re going to have to take the task of information literacy more seriously.
The disciplinary boundaries are blurring between schools and social media. Educators weigh in on the law and the path forward.
A charged national political atmosphere has reinvigorated student interest in Civics. What can educators do to maintain that momentum in the classroom?
Stanford researchers have found that youth are susceptible to bias when politicians and organizations post messages on social media.