12-Story Library Featured Editor Pick
Braeden Collett and Brennan Williams were curious about their basement neighbors at school. Their audio-visual classroom studio is right next to the maintenance crew. For their winning podcast, “Whodunnit?,” the middle-schoolers interview two of the five crew members and shared all that they do. From strange smells to water leaks…
Teacher walkouts in six states may be influencing public opinion. More people believe that teachers should get higher pay and public schools should get more funding. In the states where teachers protested – Arizona, Colorado, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and West Virginia – 63 percent of people who took a…
Around the world different school systems provide varying environments in which children learn and grow. But what can we learn from other school systems that could help improve our own? Andreas Schleicher believes the answer lies in data. By comparing 15-year-old students from around the world, we can see why…
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