$9 million in gifts marks a significant boost for San Francisco nonprofit Education Superhighway.
American 15-year-olds below average in math, average in science, slightly better in reading.
Maryland excludes many English language learners and kids with learning disabilities from a key test.
Education secretary says $5 billion in grants produces “incremental” progress. Critics see a bust.
Education Secretary injected race and class into debate about new national academic standards.
Members of Congress unveiled legislation last week that would expand preschool to every 4-year-old.
Federal money flowing to private schools is not managed properly, government investigators say.
The measure was presented as bipartisan, but it has only one Republican co-sponsor.
President Obama’s ConnectED program calls for public schools to get high-speed service within five years.
Michelle Obama is pushing for higher college graduation rates for U.S. students.
The city’s first Democratic mayor in 20 years wants to roll back emphasis on charter schools.
Education secretary calls National Assessment of Educational Progress results a ‘modest’ improvement.
U.S. education secretary, with eight staffers, will discuss education reform and announce USAID funding.
Visitors to the fall festival at Butler’s Orchard in Germantown lose all sorts of stuff in piles and piles of hay.
States won’t be able to write high-quality tests for less money, study’s author says.
Eighth-graders in most states are better than average in science, math but lag behind S. Korea and Taiwan.
Returning to work meant catching up with a backlog and with colleagues.
In 2011, almost half of the nation’s 50 million students qualified for free or reduced-price meals.
Looming Common Core tests prompt educators to teach computer typing skills in earlier grades than before.
First-ever international survey of math, reading skills of adults finds U.S. lagging most countries.