The seven-member school board in Franklin City, Va., resigned after the City Council asked the members to do so over questions of financial management.
Thousands of students have walked out of classes since Wednesday to protest Donald Trump's victory in Tuesday's presidential contest.
Gov. Nathan Deal's signature education proposal—a state-run district that would take over low-performing schools—lost at the polls on Tuesday.
The ballot question's defeat is a blow to Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, who championed the creation of a statewide school district to take over some of the state's lowest-performing schools.
A new report from the George W. Bush Institute and the American Institutes for Research examining the impact of five principal-preparation programs on student outcomes found a scarcity of good data.
More than 70 percent of the Chicago Teachers Union's 27,000-plus members voted this week to approve a tentative contract offered by the city's school district.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the Chicago Board of Education approved borrowing nearly $1 billion for construction costs and to refinance high-interest debt.
Eric Gordon, CEO of the Cleveland district since 2011, was chosen Thursday as the Urban Educator of the Year at the Council of the Great City Schools annual conference in Miami.
A new report from the Education Research Alliance at Tulane University found that closing low-performing schools and converting them to charter schools can improve student performance, but a key factor was whether students had better schools to attend.
In the midst of a lead crisis that threatens the health and well-being of children in Flint, Mich., state and local education officials are falling short of identifying and serving children in need of special education services, a federal lawsuit alleges.