A school board member details what will be lost by the Education Department's action.
State loses its No Child Left Behind waiver because it didn't do what Arne Duncan wanted.
A new report explains why the law won't be rewritten anytime soon.
What happens when reformers' call for scientifically based research to drive ed policy contradicts reformers' agenda?
The House passes a rewrite of the No Child Left Behind law with not a single Democratic vote.
Congress is starting new attempts to rewrite the law, but here's why they won't fix it.
"Phrases such as 'we need to hold schools accountable' sound wonderful, but what really matters is how we do so."
Here's a call for the end of high-stakes standardized tests from a teacher who chronicles how school reform forced him to change how he taught.
"Please do not blame those of us in public schools for how unprepared for higher education the students arriving at your institutions are. We have very little say in what is happening to public education"
(Critics of education reform note that educators don't presume to know about business to tell business leaders how to reform their own institutions. Still a group of chief executive officers at leading U.S. companies is now urging Congress to rewrite No Child Left Behind as part of its recommendations for policies that promote business growth in 2013.