The latest example of the mega-wealthy using their private fortunes to impact public education.

Many charters say they don't. But they do.

Sometimes steps are taken before a student enrolls; sometimes after.

A clinical psychologist explains why.

One school closed for two weeks because student behavior was so troubling.

Actually, public school has never been so transparent, according to this educator.

New poll shows link between misinformation of covid-19 and some news outlets. From the News Literacy Project.

Year in and year out, the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington D.C. gets more applications than any other law school in the country (and yes, that includes law schools at Harvard and Yale and Stanford). But what happened for the 2021-22 school year was historic.

Keishia Thorpe teaches students from immigrant and refugee families at a high school in Bladensburg, Md.

Supporting high-quality child care and preschool programs is urgent, three authors say.

From the News Literacy Project.

From the News Literacy Project.

Why its untenable for any school to have parents demand what should be taught and how.

From the News Literacy Project.

A veteran teacher says the profession is at a tipping point.

Big winners in the enrollment increase were virtual charter schools, which for years have had worse outcomes than brick-and-mortar charter schools.

A veteran educator says it's time for superintendents to reprioritize.

The photos show how the coronavirus is still a chief concern — and the different conditions in which children are educated around the planet.

The U.S. Education Department sends a letter to Florida expressing concern.

This school leader in Virginia is struggling to hire educators. Here he explains why — and how to fix the problem.

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