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The Trump administration seeks deep cuts to Education Department funding, including elimination of programs supporting professional development and after-school and extended-learning.
Long frustrated by failed efforts to turn around Michigan's worst public schools, top Republican officials in the state decided it was time for a drastic measure: shut down 38 schools that were ranked continually in the bottom 5 percent statewide and shift their students to better options elsewhere.
For students with disabilities, vouchers can help open the door to private school attendance, but come with trade-offs including the loss of specific legal protections.
Federal and state agencies are supporting a wide range of education and workforce-development efforts aimed at countering digital security threats.
One high-achieving school works to get a handle on the racial- and income-based disparities that continue to divide its students.
After a rough start on the communications front, Betsy DeVos faces a steep climb to get her points across to the public while settling into her policy role.
Educators are turning to Twitter, Skype, and other technology tools to bring real, live writers into their classrooms.
The standards, developed by 50 arts and education groups, stress teaching broad concepts and include media arts.
School resource officers are making racial disparities in discipline worse, not better, writes UCLA professor Tyrone C. Howard.
Mr. Bharara, who was abruptly dismissed by the Trump administration after refusing to resign, will be a distinguished scholar in residence.
The stories of the youngest victims of gun violence say a lot about U.S. culture, notes The Guardian editor Gary Younge in a Q&A.
Iowa is one of 31 states where legislators have proposed creating or expanding school choice programs this year, but the push is meeting resistance.
Even before the 2016 presidential campaign put fake news front and center, a Brooklyn middle school saw a need for news literacy.