The latest news on Duncan, Arne
Federal plans to reform failing schools and provide opportunities to students face questions.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan pushes states to reward top independents and close lousy ones.
Signs of how Education Secretary Arne Duncan plans to fix failing schools, via his work in Chicago
Administration's $5 billion plan aims to turn around some of the country's lowest-performing schools.
L.A. charter school operators launch a parent campaign to improve L.A.'s worst schools.
Federal test scores for 9-year-olds are the highest since early 1970s.
U.S. schools chief releases stimulus funds with some conditions, but critics are wary.
Study finds modest gains in reading but not in math among D.C. students receiving vouchers.
The state's legislature has worked up a budget that relies on the $700 million the state could get.
The new education secretary talks about the controversial law and financial aid forms.