Robert Bobb has agreed to stay on another year as emergency financial manager for the Detroit school district.


Detroit schools has seen a meager boost in expected enrollment from a major fall campaign, but administrators aren't giving up yet.


Under new rules, parents of students in struggling schools can demand different management.


Detroiters are weighing a $500.5 million school bond proposal.


Laid-off District of Columbia teachers say dysfunction remains rampant under Rhee's leadership.


The Pittsburgh school board has signed a deal that keeps Superintendent Mark Roosevelt on the job through 2014.


The Baltimore Sun's editorial writers bet on the Baltimore schools chief delivering improvements before the District of Columbia chancellor does.


The city school district's vegetarian school lunch policy draws praise and criticism.


A newspaper wants more information on who's paying the salary of an Indiana superintendent.


Lawyers for the teachers' union urge swift legal action.


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