N.J. governor joins other GOP presidential hopefuls in a revolt against the academic standards.
New federal data from U.S. Education Department shows an uptick in childhood poverty among all groups
The Urban School Food Alliance has commissioned a lunch dish that can be turned into compost after use.
Asked to identify obstacles to student achievement, the best educators point to factors outside class.
Code.org joins College Board to offer new AP computer science, train teachers, engage girls and minorities
In 2013, 22 percent of students said they had been victims of a bully; girls more likely than boys to suffer.
More than 31,000 teachers say they feel beaten down by media, government, stream of new policies.
In a closed-door session, Duncan and Perez meet with students, community leaders at Frederick Douglass High.
Despite more than $3 billion in federal grants to turn around the worst schools, most states struggled.