Widespread technical glitches interrupted thousands of Fairfax County
schools students taking Virginia’s standards of learning tests online
Education Week reports on two studies:
Teachers, students and parents in Fairfax County didn't have the smoothest experience with digital learning in 2012-2013.
All Virginia students will have to log on to a computer to take this
year’s Standards of Learning tests, making Virginia one of the only
states to wholly abandon the nearly ubiquitous paper-and
As school districts across the country rush to draw up tests and lesson
plans that conform to more rigorous standards, they are flocking to
field tests — exams that exist solely to help testi
Sleep deprivation is a significant hidden factor
in lowering the achievement of school pupils, according to researchers
carrying out international education tests.
As a country, how can we better inspire our students --
New research by a scholar affiliated with Stanford University
challenges much of the conventional wisdom about the Advanced Placement
(AP) program and how it affects students’ preparedness for
Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/04/23/new-study-challenges-popular-perceptions-ap#ixzz2Rst8Dp00
“I AM NOT a one-size-fits-all leader,” said Karen Garza, newly named FCPS superintendent choice
It’s the moment of truth for Tammy Mason’s last class of the day at Sandusky Middle School.