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An examination of why the data from PISA can be as wrong as the data was predicting the Brexit vote in Britain and the U.S. presidential election.
They include two in Montgomery County and one each in Anne Arundel, Howard, Frederick and Calvert counties.
The civil rights organization's controversial position was strongly criticized — but it isn't backing down.
Math scores drop for U.S. high schoolers while reading and science scores stay the same.
The U.S. fared poorly, as usual, in a worldwide ranking of students’ test scores, but it showed significant gains among disadvantaged teenagers.
Rolling Stone wants a judge to reverse a jury's $3 million verdict in case regarding its retracted U-Va. gang rape story.
Report shows number of graduates peaked in 2013, but Hispanic graduate numbers are booming.
Chester E. Finn Jr. took the position after the resignation of S. James Gates Jr.
Sixth in a series on schools that provide opportunities for all children to succeed. This is about a high school in New York and what makes it tick.
A look at Antwan Wilson’s record in Oakland and Denver shows that the schools leader has faced opposition to his big changes.
A coalition of people who say they were defrauded by for-profit colleges is urging the Obama administration to cancel their debt before Donald Trump takes office.