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Eva S. Moskowitz says her network of charter schools has room to improve in how it serves students with disabilities but does not discriminate against them.
A Pennsylvania appeals court dismissed some serious criminal charges against three administrators over their handling of the Sandusky child molestation scandal.
The largest education company in the world and a big target of school reform critics has run into trouble. Here's why.
There is much speculation about what is exactly to blame for college costs that tick up more and more every year above the rate of inflation and well above lagging family incomes.
Some college students like to explore places the U.S. government says they should avoid -- like Pyongyang.
A University of Virginia student being held by the North Korean government is described by friends as smart, driven, and joyful.
U-Va. announces that an FBI investigation turned up data exposure and that suspects are now in custody.
A world geography teacher in Dallas is using recent events to engage students in thoughtful discussions about terrorism. -More-
Teachers can use the "Star Wars" films to teach multiple subjects, Tim Chartier and Michael Gonchar write in this blog post. -More-
States have more authority under the Every Student Succeeds Act, but some experts predict challenges because of staffing and -More-
A Wisconsin school district has revised its social studies curriculum to ensure ninth-grade students are learning more about -More-
Minecraft: Education Edition will be available to schools this summer. -More-
Agriculture programs are on the rise in urban and suburban areas, where students can explore topics ranging from small-scale -More-
Fourth-grade students in California recently participated in a 30-minute Skype session to learn about penguins in Antarctica -More-
Learn more about the instructional shifts needed to help students achieve the goals of the new ELA/literacy Common Core State -More-