The latest news on education
The state considers a plan that would allow students get a head start on college.
An interactive showing money spent by a sampling of schools on academic support, along with their student-athlete graduation rate.
A report urges states to adopt common standards so Americans can compete with other nations' students.
Obama's education pick faces tough choices between unions and revolutionaries, Richard Whitmire writes.
Government programs will pay for laid-off workers to earn college credit.
The Milwaukee Public School System will expand services provided by its gay-friendly high school.
Arne Duncan strikes the right note with reformers and unions, faces daunting challenges ahead.
In previous downturns, states have largely avoided cutting K-12 education. Maybe not this time.
But they risk undercutting important educational goals, Andrew Rotherham writes.
Free online tutorial videos develop an audience.