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A new batch of proposals from state leaders explores different strategies, from making community college free to a "pay it forward" model.
A bill to roll back long-running restrictions on bilingual education is only the latest signal of changing politics around English-language instruction in California.
The new computer system for keeping track of student information has run into so many problems that the accuracy of transcripts and other records remains uncertain.
Guidance from the U.S. Department of Education comes amid a flurry of activity around student-data privacy, including recommendations from a leading technology trade group and proposed legislation in California.
Deborah Meier recounts her experiences in schools during the "heyday" of the campaign to end poverty and considers where the fight stands now.
The corporate model of schooling relies on the unreasonable idea that higher test scores reflect improvements in education, writes Michael V. McGill.
Early-childhood education is an area ripe for gubernatorial leadership, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan told members of the National Governors Association.
In order to function well, schools must claim some intellectual authority over their students, Adam Laats writes.