‘Kids care a lot about privacy, but their view of privacy threats may be a little bit different than adults,’ researcher says.
It’s testing season, with statewide assessments of children in grades 3-8 in New York and other states beginning in less than a month. Should parents opt to excuse their children…
Common Core equalizes students from different social classes by asking them to rely on text not personal experience
New legislation to set guidelines for digital privacy was announced Monday in Washington, D.C.
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Five middle school students in this western Pennsylvania town stand in a darkened room over a pie chart projected on the floor. Using motion-sensor wands, they manipulate sections of the…
In this Feb. 12, 2015 photo, Marquez Allen, age 12, reads test questions on a laptop computer during in a trial run of a new state assessment test…