The failed coup attempt in Turkey has been blamed on a cleric tied to charter schools in the US, who denies any involvement.
The Council of Chief State School Officers named a history teacher from Conn. the 2016 National Teacher of the Year in April.
Egyptian high school students took an exam, the answers for which were posted on Facebook before the exam was even administered.
Violence has erupted near Mexico City, as teachers in Oaxaca state protest government “reforms” that include strong teacher evaluations.
An investigation into the school life of the terrorist at the deadliest mass shooting in US history reveals clues about his personality.
Federal law is not very clear on how school districts should handle transgender questions and issues. NSBA offers guidance to help.
A school shooter was shot by police after wounding two students who were attending the prom at a Wisconsin high school.
The death of Delaware sophomore in her high school bathroom makes us question the effectiveness of anti-bullying campaigns.
Black students and students with disabilities are still getting out-of-school suspensions more frequently than whites, esp. in charters.
The Senate confirmed the nomination of John B King Jr as US Education Secretary Monday afternoon.