Members of Congress want to include a grant program supporting training and placing principals in high-need schools in the next version of the Elementary and Secondary Education ACT


A network of Chicago schools saw success by focusing on instruction, not replacing staff.


NYC Schools sued for allegedly not following a state law requiring class size reductions; school officials deny the charges.


The new superintendent in St. Paul, Minn., has expertise with English-language learners.


The District of Columbia schools chancellor hopes to spare teacher jobs while making $22 million in budget cuts.


The mayor of New York's third-largest school district wants control of its schools.


Kansas City citizens rush to be first to file for April's school board election for the district.


A resolution passed by the Los Angeles school board in August will allow outside groups such as charter schools to take over the management of 30 new and existing schools starting next school year.


The contract includes school-wide performance bonuses


A Los Angeles Times story prompts Ramon C. Cortines to urge principals to get rid of bad teachers before their jobs become permanent through tenure.


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