The latest news on education
Sending your child to a school outside the district where you live can lead to arrest or a $5,000 fine.
An odious legacy from our selfish Founding Fathers.
Increasing the number of well-educated citizens is just what the United States needs.
Pundits react to the president's plan to improve public schools with skepticism and lukewarm praise.
College admission letters get fancy so students will enroll, but electronic rejections rise, too.
Florida middle schools offer advanced high school courses, and not everyone likes it.
UC officials conduct random checks to make sure students tell the truth in their applications.
We need to get a grip on what grades mean.
The stimulus money could help pay for college, Head Start, and special ed but not construction.
New support programs and federal funds can help students with intellectual disabilities.