The list of speakers includes some folks with a background on K-12 policy, like Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, and Chris Christie of New Jersey.


Dive into the presumptive Democratic and Republican presidential nominees' statements and positions on a range of issues, from school choice to school safety, through Education Week's online guide.


Indiana's Republican Gov. Mike Pence helped expand funding for charter schools, lift a cap on school vouchers, and make Indiana the first state to ditch the common core.


Critiques from Congress and members of the education community of proposed accountability rules under the Every Student Succeeds Act continue to crop up.


The House appropriations committee's education spending bill for fiscal 2017 boosts federal spending on special education and a new block grant, but makes cuts to or eliminates several other programs.


The U.S. Department of Education Wednesday released guidance explaining how schools and districts can use their federal funding to give students a well-rounded education.


One of the 112 members of the committee said the party's opposition comes because pre-K "inserts the state in the family relationship in the very early stages of a child's life."


A breakdown of responses from African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Hispanics, and non-Hispanic whites found that African-Americans were the most likely to select education as a top issue.


Last week, we reported on key aspects of the spending bill that was approved by the House panel overseeing education funding, such as the increases for the Title IV block grant and special education.


The Democratic platform would affirm parents' right to opt children out of tests and call for an end to test-based teacher evaluations, according to those who have seen excerpts.


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