Obama Headlining Kalamazoo High School Graduation
Learning Teams and the Future of Teaching
High Court Nominee’s Hearing Underway
Teacher Induction Found to Raise Student Scores
How Race to the Top Could Inform ESEA Reauthorization
N.J. Considers Charging for Summer School
Can Tradition and Technology Coexist?
KIPP Middle Schools Found to Spur Learning Gains
Districts' Financial Crisis Is Not the Time to Talk Reform
Revisiting Seniority
High School Students Face Hard Lesson in Economics
Wisconsin Mascot-Name Law Seen as Modest Start
Financial Woes Afflict Summer School
What's the Real Route to Closing Achievement Gaps?
Districts Embracing Online Credit-Recovery Options
Study Finds Success in NYC's 'Small Schools'
Too Many Carrots, Too Many Sticks
Three Groups Apply for Race to Top Test Grants
Wealthier Districts Winning School Tax Hikes, Widening Divide, Experts Find
Equivalency Exam
PTA, Facebook Promote Online Safety
The Inadvertent Bigotry of Inappropriate Expectations
Ala. Schools Chief: BP Owes Students for Lost Tax Revenue
It's the Public's Data: Democratizing School Board Records
Jobs-Bill Backers Searching For Strategy to Win Passage
Teachers' Union in Chicago Sues Over Class Sizes
Cleveland Teachers' Dispute Will Proceed to Arbitration
Districts Equipping School Buses With WiFi
Arizona Immigration Law Creates Uncertain Role For School Police
Give Us the Truth About School Violence
Ohio Backs Common Standards
Justice Dept. Joins ACLU Against Single-Sex Classes
Calif. Primary Narrows Field for Top Schools Job
Kentucky High School Launches Turnaround Journey
Dodd Seeks to Put Spotlight on Children's Issues
Emphasis on K-3 Reading Urged in Renewed ESEA
Math Groups Support Common Standards
Shutting Out Parents
Education Initiatives Hit Political Head Winds
Fla. District Lays Off 1,300
Bush Education Secretary Takes Key Role in Chamber of Commerce
Blogs of the Week
States Seek Federal Waivers to Cut Special Education
Missing 'Political Dynamics' of Utah District's Creation
'No Effects' Reading Study Was Poorly Designed
Bullying Prevention: Testing a New Program
Keeping Sexual Predators Out of Classrooms
Race to Top Chief Changes
Papers Hint at High Court Nominee's Policy Thinking
Charter School
Troubled Ga. School District Improving, Accreditor Says
Ore. Court Allows Drug Searches
Major Foundation Gets Set to Open a Charter School
English-Language Learners
Tough Times Ahead for Children of the Great Recession, Report Finds
NEA Eyes Congress as High Court Refuses NCLB Case
Detroit to Close 32 Schools to Help Shrink Budget Gap
Students Text Teachers for Quick Classroom Updates
Safety and Health
Exit Interview: Duncan's Outgoing Chief of Staff
Winter's Aftermath Includes Lost Time
Race to Top Buy-In Level Examined
N.J. Advocates Ask Court to Restore School Funding
Study: Teens Are Bored
Hawaii Passes Law Mandating 180-Day School Year
Performance-Pay Model Shows No Achievement Edge
N.J. Gov Revises Ed. Money Bid, Wants Performance Pay
States Up Ante on Applications for Race to Top
A Powerful Promise
Final Version of Core Standards Assuages Some Concerns
Dropout Recovery
NCAA Moves to Bench Two Virtual Schools
Students and Higher Education Prepare for Direct Lending
Standards Debate Puts Texas Board in Hot Seat
American Education: All Talk, No Innovation?
Corporate Tax Credits Defeated in Maryland
NEA Eyes Congress as High Court Refuses NCLB Case
Think Tank Analyst To Take N.J. State Post
Response to Intervention
R.I. Board Backs Off Firings; Teachers Keep Their Jobs
20 States Split $250 Million To Expand Data Systems
Urban NAEP Reveals Small Reading Gains in 8th Grade
Study Finds ELL Students Languishing in Calif. Schools
Buses Catch Bad Drivers on Camera
Graduation Rates
D.C. Teachers Ratify Contract With Pay for Performance
Quotes in 'i3' Story Were Only From One Camp
Former Editor Takes Reins at EWA
The 2015 Report on Colleges of Education
Texting in Photo, Not in the Car
Mascot-Name Law On Books in Wis.
Math and Science
U.S. House Passes Measure Targeting STEM Improvement
Advocates Unite to Promote Standards' Adoption
States' Fiscal Outlook Is Still Gloomy
Suit Would Overhaul Calif. School Finance System
Rights Advocate Dies
Needed: Fresh Thinking on Teacher Accountability
Report Charts Increase in High-Poverty Schools
Standards and the Art of Magical Thinking
Middle School Group Hires Chief
Standards Organizers Leave English Proficiency to States
Blogs of the Week
Report Targets 3rd-Grade Reading as Crucial Turning Point
Banks, Loans, Hurricane Fund To End Furloughs in Hawaii
What Are the 'Best' Schools?
Supporters Tout Broadband Network for Researchers
Nev. Gov. Candidate Releases Education Reform Plan
FCAT Scores, Finally Released, Show Gains for Fla. Students
The Brave New Breakthrough of Online Learning
Record Number of Calif. Districts Struggling to Pay Bills
Study Finds No Clear Edge for Charter Schools
La. Schools Chief Urged Veto of $16M in Salary Stipends
NYC School Closings Leave Some Students Lost in Transition
Carpe Data: In Defense of Common Standards
What Leaving No Child Behind Really Means
Report: Tough Times Ahead for Children of the Great Recession
Civil Rights Advocate's Passing Is Mourned
Creating 'Promise Neighborhoods': Where Are the Universities?
Ed. Dept. Opposes Cutting Race to Top to Fund Edujobs
What Principals Can Do About Cyberbullying
NAEP Scores Stagnating for Native American Pupils
Detroit Schools Boost Security Year After Shooting
School Officials May Seek Oil Spill Compensation
Minn. Law Spurs Charter Sponsors to Think Twice
A Better Way to Assess Students and Evaluate Schools
Pittsburgh Teacher Pact Tests 3 New Pay Elements
Nashville Offers Options for At-Risk Students
U.S. Graduation Rate Continues Decline
New Teacher Distribution Methods Hold Promise
Rural District Hires Graduation Coaches
Stockton, Calif., Targets Bad Data on Dropouts
How Does the EPE Research Center Calculate Graduation Rates?
Mayoral Control Bill Launched in N.Y. Legislature
21 Urban Districts Exceed Graduation Expectations
Mass. School System Translates Data Into Action
Schools Innovate to Keep Students on Graduation Track
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Final Version of Common Standards Unveiled
Education Jobs Bill Faces Tough Climb in Congress