From the poorest to the well-resourced.
Remember that ominous threat from your childhood, 'This will go down on your permanent record?' Well, your children's permanent record is a whole lot bigger today and it may be permanent. Information about your children's behavior and nearly everything else that a school or state agency knows about them is being tracked, profiled and potentially shared.
'It’s an uncomfortable and unacceptable shame – nearly two decades into a new millennium, as scientists seek travel to Mars and crash test self-driving cars – the work to integrate college and university faculty and administration remains undone.'
How can we improve U.S. education if we can't figure out how to clearly talk and write about it?
Last year, a project called Schools of Opportunity was launched as a pilot effort to honor high schools that work hard to offer all students a chance to succeed. Spearheaded by two veteran educators, it was different from other efforts to rate and rank schools through the use of student standardized test scores and data […]
A veteran teacher writes about his experiences with school resource officers and kids who act out at school -- or can't do their work -- because of the troubles they carry with them into classroom.
Students of color on the Tigers team stood up to racial injustice and prevailed.
Clinton's comments are likely to irritate her supporters within the Democratic Party who are avid backers of charter schools.
A memorandum from the Vermont State Board of Education says: "These tests are based on a narrow definition of 'college and career ready.'"