Exclamatory headlines about how “our” schools are doing compared to “theirs” suggest that we’re less concerned with the quality of education than with whether we can chant, “We’re Number One!”

If school districts are going to continue to station police officers in schools, they should adopt policies that clearly limit officers’ roles to safety and security, not routine school discipline, writes an education law expert.

From a college admissions counselor.

Yet again the U.S. education secretary makes a Common Core mistakes.

An American university president writes about the consequences of Hungary's action.

Mayor Bill de Blasio says the plan will extend preschool for all 3-year-olds by 2021.

A new task force report looks at the evidence.

There are nine efforts in state legislatures to undermine science education. Here they are.

The subject was racism.

The tickets are $10.

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