The watchdog agency inside the U.S. Department of Education said it found no evidence to substantiate claims that testing improprieties alleged to have happened during the time that Michelle Rhee was chancellor impacted federal education dollars flowing into the District of Columbia public schools.

Connecticut organizations are seeking to ensure that the Sandy Hook community has support in the future and present.

The U.S. Department of Education's office of inspector general is still investigating whether school officials in the District of Columbia cheated on standardized tests during Ms. Rhee's tenure as chancellor.

Students and families visited Sandy Hook Elementary School to prepare for the return to school tomorrow.

After 21 years of pushing for school reform and access to quality education for underserved children, the Public Education Network closed its national office today.

As the Newtown school district marks a week since twenty of its students and 6 of its staff were killed, superintendent Janet Robinson is beginning to make decisions about the future of the school and the district while mourning students.

A new state law and a court hearing today will both affect who makes academic decisions in Detroit's public schools.

Nation's school principals oppose arming school officials.

In the wake of the shootings in Newtown, Conn., the American Federation of School Administrators is calling for a national task force on school safety.

The 26 people who lost their lives at Sandy Hook Elementary on Dec. 14 are remembered in this gallery.

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