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Harvard librarians are creating a searchable database of American case law that will be offered on the Internet for free, allowing instant retrieval of vital records that usually must be paid for.
The line between security in the schools and discipline has been blurred by the presence of thousands of officers, experts say.
Here are some released fourth- and eighth-grade math questions from the National Assessment of Educational Progress.
The ex-mayor of New York City said tests are part of life, accusing the administration of ‘caving’ to pressure.
Charter Board and the D.C. Public Schools are reporting their PARCC scores differently, with charter schools also reporting those who are "approaching" proficiency.
The 2015 math and reading scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress are out -- and the news is not good.