The latest news on public schools
A new book examines six inner city schools that are thriving.
Debate over science and religion continues as we approach Darwin's 200th birthday.
An Illinois "moment of silence" law is overturned, and Texas reconsiders how to teach evolution.
California considers shortening the school year by 5 days to save money.
One school district may ask for pay raises back to avoid layoffs.
But the schools in Milwaukee and New York also reawaken the debate over school segregation.
A drug-testing plan that pays bigger salaries to teachers in Hawaii backfires.
The rise in students using free and reduced lunch programs puts pressure on district budgets.
The rigorous program helps students get ready for college and the global workforce.
Klein discussed the roles of city government and the private sector in school reform.