Here's how the hundreds of millions of dollars spent on standardized over-testing might otherwise be spent.
Let's look at Philadelphia, where even the state-appointed school reformers running the system admitted things have gone too far.
The organizations say it will do irreparable harm to public education.
A Center for Public Integrity analysis of Internal Revenue Service tax filings shows how much the Kochs are spending -- and where -- in higher education.
Some are troubled that personal interests of private philanthropists are affecting pursuit of science.
A new report shows how unfair funding is across the country.