Washington councilmembers expressed concerns about cheating, but were focused on establishing new security procedures rather than on investigating past incidents.
Beverly Hall's lawyers refute allegations that the former schools chief inflated test scores in order to boost her annual bonus payments.
Paul Vallas, the superintendent in Bridgeport, Conn. and former leader of Louisiana's Recovery School District, Philadelphia, and Chicago, headed back to school this spring. Kind of.
As school closings proceed, Chicago Teachers' Union seeks to unseat Mayor Rahm Emanuel and other elected officials in next election.
Tennessee's state legislature has passed a bill that would allow six of Memphis's suburban cities to create their own school districts.
A law suit against a Los Angeles school district claims at-large election process illegally obstructs Latinos' voting clout.
Detroit school officials announced a new K-12 strategic plan yesterday.
Principals from across the nation give firsthand accounts of leadership in action in the latest video series from the Wallace Foundation.
A data analyst hired by Michelle Rhee to advise her on possible widespread cheating told the former chancellor that high rates of erasures needed more thorough investigation.
The Broader, Bolder Approach to Education campaign will soon release a report charging that claims of success in those three districts attributed to policies such as charter schools and using test scores in teacher evaluations have been overstated.