The latest news on education
2 separate studies explore the magnitude of education problems and their impact on the economy.
Many Chicago elementary school students will head back to school in early August.
Lawmakers cut 4-year awards intended to encourage valedictorians to attend in-state schools.
Federal test scores for 9-year-olds are the highest since early 1970s.
Schools in California, New York, and Texas cancel classes after students test positive.
Christopher Gabrieli and Frederick M. Hess debate in today's Two Takes.
Massachusetts model shows that achievement increases and communities improve.
If teaching is not improved, what good is keeping kids captive in crummy schools?
Would you like to send your kid to a great school? Or would you rather send your money to China?
Museum, web and media projects engage scientific thinking.