A new report from education consultants at Bain & Company outlines barriers and solutions to developing deeper cadres of principal talent.
Officials in the U.S. Department of Education agree to slow down their expansion of civil-rights data collection after a slew of complaints from school districts.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes ruled Detroit eligible for bankruptcy, but teachers' pensions will not be impacted by the move.
A new survey shows that school districts are placing top priority on modifying curriculum and instruction to meet the new standards, along with adjusting assessments.
School district leaders can find themselves in position of defending the use of Native American mascots or leading the charge to change them.
Philadelphia schools could face a $400 million deficit for the 2014-2015 school year.
AASA, The School Superintendents Association, pinpoints the states that lean most heavily on the federal government to fund K-12 education.
Although the district will slowly regain full responsibility of its financial and administrative functions, the Michigan Department of Education will continue to monitor the district for improvements.
An advocate for black students has agreed to a deal that would end a settlement in a long-running desegregation involving three Arkansas school districts.
Arkansas and three school districts, including Little Rock, have agreed to a proposal that could end a decades-old desegregation settlement.