The latest news on K-12 education
A reform group wants to puts an E-textbook in every student’s hand. Not everyone is thrilled.
The governor is proposing sweeping reforms to get more federal funds. Some say he's going too far.
But researchers say supporters of creationism aim to undermine it through jargon.
A California court ruling approves testing students only in English—even those still learning it.
Reversing historical trend, black students' learning gains better in some Southern states than in North
Do radio shows on school buses turn students into captive audiences?
As the movement for common education standards grows, uncertainty comes to the fore.
The decision could set new boundaries on how school officials keep order, experts say.
A Supreme Court decision gives families more options for getting help for students with special needs.
While most parents think most kids cheat, very few think their own kid does it, according to survey.