The latest news on K-12 education
Students overall are scoring higher in reading and math, but achievement gaps remain unchanged.
Nearly 6 million people between the ages of 16 and 24 are neither in school nor working.
Many states use student achievement in evaluations, but not enough tie that data to teacher improvement.
Some say there's a new kind of segregation in schools, 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education.
Educators and community members are making personal connections to get students to return to school.
The number of homeless students has increased by nearly 75 percent since the recession began.
We evaluated more than 400 public high schools in New York City to identify the best.
Poverty, more than race and ethnicity, has a significant impact on how soon students attend college.
Educators are prompting students to explore the scientific and environmental impacts of the shutdown.
Parents need to talk to their student to get to the root of the bullying behavior, experts say.