Which proposed turnaround strategy will best serve the struggling district?

The state's supreme court says New Jersey must provide $500 million next year to its poorest districts.

The Weekly Standard's examination of a small district in Alaska gives a conservative critique to some national education policies.

The options are about 65 to 70 percent complete, and now need community input, said Superintendent Anthony Tata.

Melody Johnson in Fort Worth, Texas and Sydney Cousin in Howard County, Md., both plan to leave the districts that they've headed for several years.

The financial outlook for the state looks grim, according to two Pennsylvania education groups.

Broward may lose more than 1,400 teachers to plug a $140 million budget hole.

Clayton County Schools has met all requirements for school governance and leadership, said its accrediting agency.

The 26,000-member National Association of Secondary School Principals selected the leader of a principals' association in New Jersey to be the new executive director.

Superintendent Kim Myrick Stasny, one of the school leaders at the front lines in helping to rebuilding Gulf-area school districts devastated by Hurricane Katrina, had passed away.

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