A grammar lesson on the Declaration of Independence for the Fourth of July.

You may have learned it in school, but do you remember it?

It speaks to a larger problem for schools.



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He announces three "parent rights" -- and has a Twitter cheat that doesn't go the way he might have liked.

A report on "Sesame Street" got a lot of press saying the TV show is as good as preschool in improving academic achievement. Is it really?

John Adams thought July 2nd was the proper day to celebrate independence. Here's why.

A reform bill with enough support to become law is not allowed to come to a vote. Hmmm.

It involves the Common Core English Language Arts standards and Diane Ravitch, a fierce and well-known Core critic.

Profiles of winners in the inaugural "Schools of Opportunity" project, which is highlighting schools that are creating healthy environments for students, teachers and staff.

The evidence base underlying the Education Department's draft regulations for teacher preparation programs is "nowhere near sufficient to guide a national effort" toward high-stakes accountability for these programs.

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