A lawsuit asks the court for an injunction to stop a statewide district from going into effect in Georgia if a Nov. 8 ballot measure passes, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The Chicago School District faces the possibility that teachers will walk off the job for the second time in four years after the Chicago Teachers' Union said Wednesday it will go on strike on Oct. 11 if it does not reach an agreement with the district.
For the second time in less than year, the majority of the members of the Chicago Teachers' Union cast ballots in favor of a strike.
Principals play a huge role in shaping work conditions—and in whether teachers stay or leave, according to a new study.
In an address focused on curbing the gun violence that has plagued Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel pledged $36 million in city and philanthropic funds to expand mentoring programs to 7,200 boys and male youths. He also plans to expand a similar program for women and opportunities for unemployed and out-of-school youths.
Oakland was the first school district in the nation to create a department with the sole focus of helping black males. Now, it wants to do the same for black girls.
Tensions between Muslims and some non-Muslims in the central Minnesota city have simmered for years, with incidents including bullying of Somali and other East African immigrants in schools.
The interactive "State of Our Cities" website, released Tuesday by the George W. Bush Institute, provides comparable education data for 114 cities across more than a dozen indicators.
The commission said Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho may have violated state law when he accepted and initially failed to disclose gifts, including neckties and event tickets, valued at more than $100.
The Women in School Leadership Program announces its first cohort. The program aims to increase the number of women in education leadership and support them once they are on the job.