Two decades after Massachusetts made major changes to its education system, a new report argues that it needs to address school funding and autonomy, to maintain its elite status.
President Obama visited the career-themed “P-Tech” school in New York City today and called for more funding to be directed toward replicating its academic model.
The Aspen Institute is hosting a forum that will explore how employers can help out-of-work young adults — and by extension, their children.
A Brooklyn, N.Y., high school that has won praise for pairing employers and students is serving as a model for 16 new schools across the state.
Education Pioneers, a nonprofit that matches fellows with educational partners, experienced a 70 percent increase in applicants this year, and edtech is one of the beneficiaries.
The Education Workforce Innovation Act would reward grants to schools and districts that partner with local businesses and colleges on innovative projects.
Akhtar Badshah talked about Microsoft’s YouthSpark program and how technology is changing education in the U.S.
A new analysis argues that the United States has a more-than-sufficient supply of workers in science- and math-related fields, despite the popular perception.
A pair of “innovation zones” created in the state of Minnesota will allow districts to experiment with technology and other education models.
The Business Roundtable is staging a competition meant to financially support the expansion of “high-performing” K-12 programs.