School administrators are unhappy with federal turnaround regulations.
Budget cuts are leading school districts to consider shorter years and shorter school weeks.
As funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act dries up and state and local budgets take a free-fall, school districts are feeling the economic pressure even more.
The new school board to be seated next week in Kansas City, Mo., strongly supports the transformation plans of Superintendent John. W. Covington.
Another week chock-full of news and views related to the nation's school districts. Check out this amazing story on a $57 million scam that a former Detroit schools executive is accused of carrying out. The FBI is investigating, and the district has sued the former risk management director for his alleged leadership of the scam. School districts are trying to figure out how to maintain socioeconomic and racial diversity without running into legal landmines. Five school districts received bragging rights yesterday when they were named Broad Prize finalists. Hawaii, which has a statewide school district, will end Friday furloughs agreed ...
The finalists for the 2010 Broad Prize for Urban Education were announced this morning. The Broad Prize is the largest award in the nation for urban school districts.
With the school board election in Kansas City just days away, some are >wondering if the slate of board members to be voted on Tuesday will mean a reversal of the major transformations underway.
A former top aide to Arne Duncan has resigned over a scandal involving VIP access to the Chicago's top high schools.
NYC has to go back to the drawing board, after a judge says the district violated state law in closing 19 schools without real community participation.
A look at news and views from the nation's school districts.