The president will talk to students in several states as part of the 2015 Back-to-School bus tour. His past, their future.
The Supreme Court for the state of Washington has declared the diversion of public money for charter schools to be unconstitutional.
“I’ve yet to meet a parent who would prefer their child to be taught by an unqualified teacher,” says Education International.
Chronic absenteeism starts young, and when it does, it blossoms into bigger problems, especially for minorities and poor students.
Band instruments, carpeting, and a water pipe were damaged in a burglary at a Gary school the thieves apparently thought had been closed.
The US Department of Education will develop a campaign to fight chronic absenteeism, and The Advertising Council gets the sole-source contract.
The executive director of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, a graduate of Illinois, has died.
The “new math” under Common Core may look a little strange. It may look like overkill. It may just look confusing. But there’s a method to the madness.
The former superintendent in the middle of the test cheating scandal in Atlanta died of breast cancer, leaving her case and legacy unresolved.
An online news outlet published a map showing how much snow it takes in each county across America to get a snow day.