Is the much ballyhooed award the ultimate "get" for urban districts?


Leaders of the Arlington school district opted not to show President Obama's back-to-school speech, and now they've rethought plans to have students hear former president Bush.


A Virginia principal had to decide whether to let students use "Tribes" as a mascot name for a new school named after an American Indian group.


The Council of the Great City Schools will provide reviews and on-site assistance with federal stimulus-spending plans.


The comedian and educator will tape public-service announcements on behalf of the district.


The vote came in the wake of disagreement among board members and parents about construction priorities.


The education secretary still has some tough love for school boards, though.


A Texas school district that didn't show President Obama's speech to students is sending more than two dozen 5th grade classes to see former president George W. Bush live later this month.


No one from the District of Columbia schools offered evidence that the state superintendent's concerns about big jumps in test scores were investigated.


Here's some tools for district leaders preparing for President Obama's Tuesday speech.


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