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Woodrow Wilson's administration backed the effort to promote vocational only education for African-American students, writes Williamson M. Evers.
A dispute involving admissions policies at the University of Texas at Austin is up for arguments before the Supreme Court once again, and K-12 groups are weighing its implications carefully.
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A new study offers more evidence that integrating schools by family income can help close achievement gaps.
Common Core math has sparked a great deal of contention across the country in the past few years. It has its supporters, those who say that it teaches students to better understand mathematical processes. They also so that many problems parents cite with Common Core math stem not from the standards themselves but from poor […]
The School Renewal Program is Mayor Bill de Blasio’s attempt to improve troubled schools instead of shutting them down, but how they were supposed to improve has been difficult to discern.
Erika Christakis, who had suggested there could be negative consequences to the university’s directive to be sensitive when choosing Halloween costumes, resigned from her position voluntarily, the school said.
Women’s lacrosse and softball coaches supported proposals that would limit recruiting of young high schoolers and even middle schoolers. Men’s lacrosse coaches are set to discuss a similar approach.
A Republican video credits the GOP for passing an education bill, but the vote won’t be held until Tuesday.
Students across grades in a Missouri district have "adopted" 200 veterans in honor of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, which coi -More-
Students in a bilingual program at a Utah elementary school recently welcomed the French Ambassador to the US, Gerard Araud, -More-