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A Chicago study finds that when students who are "big fish" in their neighborhood schools move to higher-achieving ones, they may pay an academic price.
Amid scrutiny of the role of school resource officers in public schools, the Georgia school system plans to end its security contract with the Atlanta police department and form its own security team that is “aligned with its social-emotional learning approach,” the district has announced.
In St. Cloud, Minn., educators grapple with language and culture differences in city's growing Somali community.
Proposals include a soft-drink tax in Philadelphia to help boost early education and a bipartisan push for expanded pre-K in Minnesota.
The Boston school district's shift to an earlier hiring cycle has improved new-teacher quality but created a larger pool of 'excessed' educators, a new study concludes.
The Perkins Act was last reauthorized in 2006, said Acting U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr., and action is overdue.
The new technology, which allows for the transmission of data free of a centralized authority, has drawn the curiosity of the ed-tech community.
Writer David Denby talks about how he wrote his new book to understand how today's students consume the written word.
Disadvantaged students will experience the new SAT very differently than their more-advantaged peers, writes Garrett Neiman of test-prep nonprofit College Spring.
Education is key to raising responsible citizens, writes Arnold Packer, a former assistant secretary in the U.S. Department of Labor.