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The NAACP's call for no new charters places them on the wrong side of history, writes Howard Fuller.
The national debate over transgender rights took yet another turn after a federal judge in Texas temporarily blocked the Obama administration from enforcing new guidelines meant to expand students' access to restrooms and locker rooms in schools.
As the Education Department moves closer to issuing draft spending regulations under the new education law, past guidance may offer clues to its thinking on the issue.
North Carolina congresswoman Virginia Foxx is a feisty member of the House education committee and was chairwoman of the Republican Party’s platform committee at its recent convention.
Research finds that children from low-income families are coming to school better prepared than in past years.
A significant increase in the number of students taking the ACT college-readiness test may help explain the slight dip in scores for 2016, says ACT.
Special programs lure students to the United States from the Middle East and North Africa to develop skills in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Without substantial patches to the teacher pipeline, the goal of reaching a broadly diverse teacher workforce likely won't be achieved within the next half-century, according to a new report.
Gov. Paul LePage has called for a review of his state’s groundbreaking digital learning program, questioning the impact of the effort on student achievement.
Educator Christopher Emdin talks to Education Week Commentary about what white teachers who engage with students "in the hood" need to know.
A pair of new studies, taking different approaches, say the $8.6 billion federal preschool program has measurable continuing benefits in a number of key areas.