Testimony before a Senate committee focused on flexibility and accountability in the new Every Student Succeeds Act.
It may not be a new idea, but wealth inequality has taken on life in current presidential debates. The issue resonates with voters in both parties.
How will you pay for college? You can start thinking about (and earning money toward it) as early as 9th grade with the idea of micro-scholarships.
Virginia looks to amend its constitution, providing for a state-appointed board that could overrule local boards of ed & force charter school creation.
Republican candidates for president this year have limited qualifications. John Kasich, the only reasonable one in the bunch, has a few unsavory positions.
The education plan put forth by the Republican presidential candidate earlier this month has a few holes and inconsistencies.
A school shooting in Saskatchewan is a rare event for Canada, but it happened on Jan. 22. A 17-year-old has been charged with murder.
School choice rallies are set for around the country this week. Laws surrounding school choice, passing anew, are also being challenged in court.
Statistics can be useful in measuring student achievement and growth, but there are other aspects of school that are far more important and on point.
Dire situation in Flint, Mich.: The water supply is contaminated with lead from cheap pipes. Schools ask for help in the form of clean water.