The latest news on K-12 education
The chancellor's efforts to enact a merit pay system could ripple across the nation.
With more families choosing charter schools, the voucher option is losing political favor
A new online curriculum is in the works to ease school transitions for itinerant members' children.
The Institute of Medicine also says kids need more fruits, veggies, and whole grains.
A zero-tolerance policy almost meant a 45-day suspension for bringing a camping tool to lunch.
A unique experiment lets schools sign up in 15-minute intervals for an "exercise relay."
A company that broadcast music and commercials in thousands of school buses is shutting down.
After 37 students were killed last school year, the city spends millions to protect at-risk students.
The demise of the beloved children's show might have more to do with philosophy than with money.
School administrators want more flexibility from the stimulus bill, a new survey says.