Author: John Warner, EE staff writer

Abbott Elementary, a new half-hour comedy airing on ABC, is funny, relentlessly charming, and even perceptive about the challenges of teaching at an under-resourced urban (Philadelphia) school, and you should...

There is some real momentum against the tyranny of calculus, and this time the fight is being led by mathematicians. For years, calculus has been viewed as a proxy for college...

Purveyor of the SAT, The College Board, recently announced that it’s going all-digital in 2024, so the exam will be taken exclusively on a computer or tablet at testing centers. A...

Jennifer Jessie, aka “Jenn The Tutor,” is a tutor and college admissions consultant. She has a private practice and also hosts pro-bono SAT/ACT classes and groups. During the pandemic, she...

Time for another roundup of recent stories in education that have caught our attention and may help everyone better understand what’s going on around them. – Writing at the New York Times,...

A writer’s tools matter, and part of what teachers can do is help students explore the tools that make the most sense to the student. I’ve been thinking about how important...