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In some states, new initiatives and graduate programs are providing needed training to expand college counseling in high schools.
A new communications organization headed by a former aide to U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will seek to elevate the national conversation over education policy.
Teach For All, a network in 34 countries, is focusing a new, two-year fellowship on students with what it terms "learning differences."
The Council of Great City Schools has set out criteria to help educators bring common-core-aligned lessons and materials to English-learners.
School demographics in the United States are changing rapidly, and classrooms need to reflect the shift, write Jacob Murray and Jackie Jenkins-Scott.
Stark policy differences over issues such as the common core and education funding add heat to a handful of competitive campaigns that could help decide which party controls the Senate.
Researchers say many principals are not tapping into the data generated by new teacher-evaluation systems around the country.
Former Mississippi Gov. Ronnie Musgrove said Monday that about 30 more school districts are considering whether to join an education-funding lawsuit he filed against the state.
Accusations of federal overreach fly as Oklahoma has its NCLB waiver renewal denied, while a lawsuit by Louisiana's governor says states were coerced into adopting the common core.