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A charter school created under California's law enabling parents to initiate an overhaul must show progress in a still-wary community.
Schools leaders in Adelanto, Calif., look for ways to revive low-performing schools after a bruising charter fight under the state's parent-trigger law.
The venture seeks to help centers serving low-income and rural communities that are often in makeshift spaces not built with the needs of young children in mind.
Education Week is following two ed-tech companies this school year as part of a special series about the successes and failures of startups in the K-12 market.
The discovery of racist text messages involving a Pennsylvania superintendent has cast new light on the complex challenges faced by school IT directors as digital devices proliferate.
Texas Democrat Wendy Davis highlighted education in announcing for governor. The issue could play big next year as dozens of states face gubernatorial elections.
Houston-based philanthropists John and Laura Arnold have extended $10 million in emergency funding support to the National Head Start Association.
With social studies curriculum now in the bull's-eye of accountability, district leadership can provide critical guidance for boosting student achievement, writes Andre Benito Mountain.
As another school year moves into high gear, Judy Wallis reminds teachers not to lose sight of the pleasure they derive from their profession.