The latest news on public schools
A modest enrollment gain this fall could signal a big shift for the school district.
Pols must resist urge to dismantle accountability provisions in education law, Andrew Rotherham writes.
Black and Hispanic student enrollment remains low despite increased outreach and admissions test preparation.
Teachers union fights ads warning families their children would learn about gay marriage in schools.
Child safety worries could prompt districts to cancel class on November 4.
Chicago may join New York and Milwaukee as a city with a gay-friendly school.
Texas district cuts 375 teachers, and cameras capture the emotional aftermath.
Teach for America alumni could bring a new approach to education reform.
The Broad Foundation will give the Texas district $1 million in scholarships for graduating seniors.
A new report examines the district’s struggles with enrollment, achievement, and finances.