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The opt-out movement, as it is called, has been brewing for several years via word of mouth and social media, especially through Facebook.
Small teams from all District of Columbia schools have been analyzing student test performance from 2012-13 to guide teachers' instruction in the new school year.
All education stakeholders, including funders, should treat learning as an interdependent ecology rather than as siloed responsibilities spread across multiple agencies, writes Alan J. Friedman.
A report released Friday found that former Indiana Schools Superintendent Tony Bennett changed the grade for a donor's charter school last year because it was considered a "quality control" school from the start, but did not address whether there was any political pressure to make the change.
Nelba Marquez-Greene, whose daughter Ana Grace was killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School last year, writes about the courage of teachers.
A new law will allow candidates to spend as much as two years learning how to be teachers—time that many teacher-educators say is needed to cover instructional strategies.
A long-stalled effort to renew the Child Care Development Block Grant Program would emphasize the quality and safety of programs children are entering.
The goal of a new guide is to help states find common ground on figuring out who qualifies for English-language-learner services and when students no longer need them.