Protesters call for more attention to be paid to charter schools' expulsion policies in Chicago.


The corporate titan of fun is a sought-after provider of professional development for school districts.


Two dozen schools received letters containing threatening and disturbing content.


Fifty-five districts in the state are running a deficit this year, which is the most the state has ever seen.


A desegregation case near Augusta, Ga., is up for a hearing that may end court-ordered busing in the district.


Youth Connection Charter Schools serve thousands of dropouts from Chicago public schools and have helped drive down the city's overall dropout rate.


Muskegon Heights, a school district in Michigan run by a for-profit company, nears the end of its first year.


The embattled district shows signs of improvement that could lead to restoring its standing with state education officials.


New Jersey's Camden takeover in context.


Charter schools are among the top performers when it comes to preparing Hispanic students in California's Silicon Valley for college.


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