Martin Luther King Jr. on education in the early 1960s: “At this point, I often wonder whether or not education is fulfilling its purpose.”

A rebuttal to a Post column.

From the News Literacy Project

Here's the statement and the list of deans who signed.

Schools are set to open for some students on Monday, despite opposition from teachers.

The petition blasts them for what it says were their "efforts to undermine the peaceful transition of power after a free and fair election."

A review of things that Betsy DeVos said over four years that raised many eyebrows -- and revealed her controversial education views.

She sent a letter to President Trump saying his rhetoric around the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol was her "inflection point."

Read the scathing statements.

Here's her statement.

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) sparked a reaction on social media after using the word on the Senate floor on Wednesday night.

Will teachers talk about the riot at the Capitol on Wednesday or ignore it? Here's what some are planning.

They say it does not address the key factors that are keeping schools closed.

Read the full letter.

Fauci says it could be fall before schools can get back to some form of normality.

From California veteran educator Larry Ferlazzo.

Most of the school buildings in the state remain closed because of high coronavirus positivity rates, but the governor has been under pressure to provide guidance for bringing the neediest students back.

The issue will be an early test for Miguel Cardona, the state superintendent of education in Connecticut whom President-elect Joe Biden tapped to be education secretary.

Also the state of press freedoms, from the News Literacy Project.

An excerpt from the new book "Wolf at the Schoolhouse Door: The Dismantling of Public Education and the Future of School."

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