The latest news on education policy
Kentucky Commissioner of Education Terry Holliday discusses the state's new education standards.
Several districts woo students with pizza and prizes to boost enrollment on count day.
America must invest in education if it wants to be competitive in the global economy.
A report shows for-profit colleges are doing their job: educating students.
Community colleges give students practical skills they can use to stay competitive in the job market.
America’s global leadership depends on STEM education--and we’re slipping.
Lawmakers should follow Lincoln’s example in their commitment to investing in education.
Students from the United States are falling behind.
Universities and prisons compete for shrinking state budgets. Unless states trim prison costs, tuitions soar, hurting business and jobs.
Mitt Romney says his education policy will empower parents and hold teachers accountable for success.