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President Obama's pledge to improve schools for 50,000 Native American students comes after years of scathing reports and complaints about the Bureau of Indian Education.
Following the repeal of the standards, Oklahoma teacher Valeria Hughes wonders what's ahead for her state and her classroom.
In spite of being wary of excessive standardization, Dave Powell questions why elected officials are rejecting the common core.
Schools get better, more useful information from performance assessments and collaboration than from standardized exams, Greg Jouriles says.
By backing research and speaking out on the topic, the technology giant is encouraging school officials across the country to demand strong student-data privacy.
Tennessee officials enlisted teachers early in key elements of the state's Race to the Top initiatives that affect the teaching force.
Schools and libraries hungry for faster and more reliably funded Wi-Fi connections will be watching the July 11 open meeting of the Federal Communications Commission closely.
President Barack Obama brought forward a new administration effort Monday to place quality teachers in schools that need them the most.
States have failed to use federal leeway to update their accountability systems in meaningful ways, write Morgan Polikoff, Andrew McEachin, Stephani Wrabel, and Matthew Dugue.
The decision by a California judge declaring unconstitutional key aspects of teacher tenure and due-process protections has made waves, but the implications in that state and beyond remain unclear.