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As we turn down the proverbial homestretch of the academic year what questions should we be asking soon-to-be high school graduates? John McLaughlin, Ph.D. believes we should be

By David Greene I have been silent for months on the issue of education. However, a Gannett Lo-Hud article about the plummeting of teacher candidate enrollments in NYS Colleges

Nationwide, school administrators are looking outside their districts for clues to deal with the ever-changing Ed Tech and the need to make smart decisions about its use.

Nancy Weinstein explores self-regulation using cognitive data in education.

Education Ministry Drafts Action Plan To Deal With Declining STEM Students Malaysian Digest | Twitter Kuala Lumpur: The Education Ministry is drafting the 2017-2025 National Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Girls outscore boys on inaugural national test of technology, engineering skills Emma Brown | The Washington Post | Twitter Girls outperformed boys on a national test of technology and engineering

By Judson S. Garrett The conveniences that make online education attractive also create new opportunities for academic dishonesty. Despite this, pedagogy and technology may be deployed to encourage academic

Here’s what I knew. I knew that student mental health has been on the decline for quite some time now. I knew that there were instances where school