Talitha Halley’s graduation marks a major triumph over adversity as she rose from childhood devastation.
The assistant secretary is joining the nonprofit Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Children in publicly funded state pre-K classrooms are largely segregated by race and family income level.
Shanna Peeples became a teacher to create a safe place and “small successes” for kids.
Congressman said he’s waited a year for reply from superintendant Cami Anderson. She responds.
Because brains develop at different paces, schools should use gender-based curricula, neuroscientist says.
Emerging brain science unlocks the secrets to the puzzling teenager. Hint: it’s not all hormones.
He wants to end the federal testing mandate, saying it’s “a bad way to prepare children for their future.”
Research adds to the debate about the growing academic gap between poor and rich students.
Straining under a record number of civil rights complaints, the U.S. Department of Education wants to hire 200 more investigators to expand its civil rights division by 30 percent