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Classes and Scores Soar With Incentives for A.P. Tests


Worcester, Massachusetts high school math teacher Joe Nystrom receives kudos in The New York Times for taking an innovative approach to boosting AP course participation.
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STEM at the Center of Global Scramble for Power


Science, technology, and innovation all play starring roles in the competition between countries for power in the new "knowledge economy."  Growth demands renewed focus on the area where education and the economy meet.
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Canada's POV on What It Will Take to Improve Education in the US

According to Dr. Ben Levin, "The U.S. cannot improve its education system for all or even most children by keeping its present focus on charter schools, more testing, teacher evaluation and union bashing. None of these feature in the best-performing countries." Show original

"Schools of Distinction" Model STEM Education

  Schools from around the country are finding creative, dynamic way to approach STEM education.  Intel chose 18 models of innovation and excellence as winners of its "Schools of Distinction" awards competition. Show original

Digital Promise Initiative Emphasizes Classroom Use of Technology

  As part of the White House's new Digital Promise initiative, administrators, entrepreneurs, researchers and teachers will work together to identify and create new technologies that could have widespread application in schools. Show original

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