The latest news on education reform
Struggling to control special-needs students sometimes leads teachers to use risky techniques.
States' budgetary woes are forcing districts to reduce summer school offerings.
As the movement for common education standards grows, uncertainty comes to the fore.
15 community colleges and 5 states received the grant aid.
The Obama administration takes a symbolic step toward reworking the image of No Child Left Behind.
Federal plans to reform failing schools and provide opportunities to students face questions.
Research suggests that most charter students would do just as well in a traditional public school.
In urban classrooms, novices learn on the job, and the children suffer.
A look at the education decisions of the Supreme Court nominee and their clues to future school rulings
A new study takes a look at teacher-movement patterns in a North Carolina district.