The reform community tends to villainize non-public education, but is there a way to combine the best parts of both types of institutions?
Leading industry talents are creating new comic books for the classroom, aligning them with the Common Core.
By tying past events to contemporary issues, teachers can move beyond rote memorization.
They give students a poor understanding of what it really means to study history.
An interview with Eric Foner, Pulitzer prize-winning author of The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery.
As a teacher, I believe it's my job to warn kids about the dangers of being online—and to show them the benefits.