All schools in Los Angeles were closed Tuesday following a bomb threat received electronically. It was a hoax, but schools erred on the side of safety.
The bipartisan compromise bill, Every Student Succeeds Act (S.1177), was signed into law this morning by President Barack Obama.
A preliminary injunction will prevent N.M. from taking any consequential action based on test scores, until a trial takes place in the spring.
Up to 3 people shot at least 14 dead and injured at least 17 others in San Bernardino, Calif. All schools were on lockdown during a hours-long manhunt.
A rewrite of NCLB sailed through a conference committee last week, aimed at a compromise law that has received strong bipartisan support.
One of the leaders of PARCC has decided to reduce its level of dependence on tests from the multistate consortium.
The closure of low-performing high schools in New York brought considerable resistance from communities, but the end result may have been positive.
What should you say to students about the terrorist attacks on Paris last week? Teachers in France and America wrestle with this question.
Data privacy and the 2016 presidential campaign dominate national school news headlines for the most recent week.
In an extensive 3-part series, the paper looks at life for immigrant children in East Baltimore. Uprooting one’s life is never easy, but you still need an education.