In Atlanta, 35 educators, including the city’s former schools chief, were indicted Friday in connection with a test-cheating scandal.
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The Illinois state House sponsor of a proposed “parent trigger” bill says she will not call the bill in the current legislative session.
The Chicago school closing saga continues, as the Chicago Teachers Union led a rally downtown to protest all the closings.
A short but powerful bill to prevent cyberbullying passed the Maryland House of Delegates in a unanimous vote Saturday.
Some bills now in Illinois’s General Assembly would lower the age at which students are required to be in school on school days from 7, where it is now, to 6 or possibly 5.
The Illinois School Library Media Association announced its book awards on March 22. The awards are intended to represent “favorite” books for students in K-12 schools in Illinois.
A few weeks before the men’s basketball team from FGCU advanced to the Sweet 16, a young pianist put the university on the map with her recital at Carnegie Hall.
Some teens were arrested at an underage drinking party Saturday night in Maryland. We take a closer look at teen drinking and college plans high school seniors have.
Baltimore County Supt. Dallas Dance delivered his 1st State of the Schools speech Thursday. He hopes to issue digital devices to students & start foreign language instruction in elementary school.
We join the voice of Illinois’s former Teacher of the Year as he tells educators they have a moral obligation to spread the word about what works and what doesn’t in our real schools.