Investigators for the state Senate find that oversight of districts' use of federal and state meal subsidies is woefully inadequate.
Dallas school leaders will be evaluated under a new system that is based 40 percent on student achievement.
A group students in Portland, Ore. is organizing a boycott of the state's high-stakes standardized tests.
A new annual report from Education Week> showcases Leaders to Learn From—16 leaders who have put creative ideas to good use in their school districts.
Ackerman was one of the nation's best-known and longest-serving urban school leaders, serving as superintendent in three major school systems.
In a crowded room in the U.S. Department of Education building in southwest Washington protesters from 18 cities gathered to tell department officials how school closings have affected their communities
Half of a school leader's evaluation will now be based on student performance.
The Los Angeles Police Department on Wednesday arrested a 57-year-old elementary school teacher accused of sexually abusing 20 children over the course of his 40-year-career, just a year after a similar case in Los Angeles.
A new report from the Council of the Great City Schools shows most big-city districts moving toward full implementation.
The NEA has come out to support Seattle teachers who refuse to administer MAP tests.