The latest news on education
A Supreme Court decision on when public schools must reimburse parents of special-ed students for private school tuition
Signs of how Education Secretary Arne Duncan plans to fix failing schools, via his work in Chicago
Nearly 75 percent of Massachusetts teaching candidates fail new licensing test.
New York City closes additional schools to keep the virus from spreading.
Money and time in class aren't the problems. Finding ways to share the best teachers is.
Administration's $5 billion plan aims to turn around some of the country's lowest-performing schools.
Despite the recession, 3 types of college students might get more and bigger scholarships this fall.
Politics, lack of accountability cut knowledge's power, even if reform is what's best for the kids.
L.A. charter school operators launch a parent campaign to improve L.A.'s worst schools.
The debate over national standards in education has returned to Capitol Hill.