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.

The Wallace Foundation recently released a compilation of the revised principal pipeline standards developed by its six grant-recipient districts.

A small number of unaccredited districts in Missouri struggle to stay afloat financially as students opt to transfer to nearby accredited school systems.

Reading and math assessments will go on as planned for the 21 districts that participate in the NAEP Trial Urban District Assessment.

A number of district leaders in Indiana ask tough questions about the integrity of the state's A-F grading system amid revelations that the former state superintendent changed a grade to benefit one charter school.

An article suggests that superintendents and principals benefit most from the current pension systems in many districts.

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