El Paso and Columbus are still recovering from recent cheating scandals that will require the new leaders to focus on rebuilding trust in their communities.
Mayor Michael Nutter has ordered the city finance agency to take out a $50 million loan on behalf of the school system so that schools may open on time and safely.
A new Education Trust brief highlights the lack of progress for American Indian and Alaska Native students, even as other major ethnic groups have made steady academic improvements over time.
Thousands of students will attend different schools when classes begin Aug. 26 after their home schools were shuttered in a wave of closures meant to help fill a $1 billion budget deficit.
Guilford County Schools continues to develop its African American Male Initiative, aimed at reducing suspensions and improving literacy among the schools' black male students.
The Center for American Progress has released a new report suggesting that school districts could improve efficiency by consolidating small districts.
Philadelphia schools won't be able to open on time if they don't receive more funds, superintendent William Hite said today.
Under their newly won flexibility from No Child Left Behind, eight California districts are making dramatic changes to school accountability and oversight.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said the special waiver for eight districts would hold schools accountable for tens of thousands of additional students, including English-learners and students with disabilities.
Eight districts, collectively serving roughly 1 million students, will operate under a radically different accountability system than the rest of California.