The Georgia governor found the investigations into cheating allegations in two districts lacking and is appointing his own investigator to dig deeper.
The estimated 18 million children who will get bullied this year in school are counting on their adult advocates to stem the tide of such mistreatment, the U.S. Education Department's Kevin Jennings says.
More research, advocacy needed to tackle bullying, experts say.
The Education Department teams up with other federal agencies to host its first-ever summit on bullying.
Sam Dillion of The New York Times has an interesting piece out on some of the companies that are hoping states will pick them as "partners" in turning around low-performing schools. With $3.5 billion of federal dollars from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act flowing to states and districts to work on the schools, new companies are sprouting up all the time offering their services. "A husband-and-wife team that has specialized in teaching communication skills but never led a single school overhaul is seeking contracts in Ohio and Virginia. A corporation that has run into trouble with parents or ...
Complex Denver school pension deal raises national attention as Sen. Michael Bennet fights for his political life.
The state-mandated report finds reason to look more closely at, and possibly take disciplinary action against, 109 school employees suspected of inflating student scores.
Nathan Quinones spent three years as leader of the nation's largest school district.
Michelle Rhee fires more than 300 teachers for performance.
The Broad Foundation is refocusing its direction after 11 years.