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In his final Commentary as education secretary, John B. King Jr. considers the state of American schooling.
Bobby Gobble, a former janitor at a rural Russell County, Va., elementary school, pleaded guilty to abusing four students.
Why, for example, would someone who has sought to privatize public education want to run the U.S. Education Department?
A piece by the former superintendent of public instruction in Indiana.
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The secretary of education credits public schools with saving his life; his likely successor believes they are a dysfunctional monopoly.
Students across the US are observing the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday in many ways. -More-
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The NCSS Board of Directors has approved the following slate of candidates for the 2016-17 Board of Directors and officer ele
Regional, state and local social studies conferences organized by NCSS-affiliated councils provide great opportunities for te
Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th US president
53 years later, you still have to pay to use Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous 'I Have a Dream' speech
Under copyright law, it won't be in the public domain until 2038. Here's why.
Dealing with parental complaints about a teacher, one school acted with irrational stubbornness and lost trust in the process.