Few Girls, Minorities Took AP Computer Science Exams

While the numbers of students taking Advanced Placement computer science exams skyrocketed in 2014, participation for many groups of students remained low, an Education Week analysis shows. (December 19, 2014)

Miss. Loses Out on Federal Pre-K Grant—Again

Last week, Mississippi was passed over for a federal preschool grant that would have tripled the number of children enrolled in early-education classes in four years, according to the state’s application. (December 18, 2014)

Ferguson School Board Elections Unfair to Black Candidates, Lawsuit Alleges

(December 19, 2014)

Schools Weigh Impact of New Challenge to Health Law

(December 17, 2014)

States Slow to Close Faltering Teacher Ed. Programs

(December 16, 2014)

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Crossing the Border to Kindergarten

The benefits of bilingual K-12 schooling drive Annalisa Nash Fernandez to go to great lengths for her children. (December 17, 2014)

The Anti-TFA Protests Are Misguided

Critics like United Students Against Sweatshops should applaud Teach For America, not bash it, former Milwaukee schools chief Howard Fuller writes. (December 12, 2014)

No Miracles at Inner-City Schools

Is it fair to hold high-poverty schools to the same standards as those serving middle-class communities? Walt Gardner responds. (December 15, 2014)

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Historic E-Rate Draws Applause, Relief

Mostly positive reaction has been pouring in following the contentious, party-line vote by the FCC to raise the overall spending cap on the federal E-rate program. (December 11, 2014)

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Walt Whitman's Challenge to Teachers

The best advice about teaching practices doesn't have to be new—and often, it isn't, educator Eric Sundberg says. (December 11, 2014)

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Millions of Student Records Sold in Bankruptcy Case

The sale of ConnectEDU Inc. this year played out on a public stage, and raised concerns among school leaders and privacy experts about how its considerable trove of student data would be used. (December 9, 2014)

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