End "high-stakes" tests. Keep guns out of schools. Triple Title I aid. A report from a task force convened by Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders touches on these and other potential education priorities for Democrats in 2020.


The White House will seek to condition future COVID-19 relief funds on whether states' reopen school buildings, Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday. The Trump administration launched an aggressive push to reopen after many states have already announced plans.


To help you better understand your state's plan for reopening schools, Education Week is collecting links to state guides as they become available.


Public and private schools named for leaders of the Confederacy have come under renewed scrutiny amid the national Black Lives Matter protests.


President Donald Trump made his most forceful push yet for schools to reopen their buildings, and he is seeking to leverage the issue for his re-election campaign.


Several states have announced a legal challenge to overturn a recently published rule from Education Secretary Betsy DeVos about how much federal coronavirus relief public school districts must set aside for private school students.


Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' push to direct coronavirus relief to private school students in general doesn't match "the most straightforward reading" of the CARES Act, according to the Congressional Research Service.


The spending bill for the next fiscal year from House Democrats would increase spending on a host of Education Department programs, but don't expect a deal on the federal budget for at least a few months.


Schools are at the epicenter of America's anxiety, making it more likely that Congress will approve a new coronavirus bailout for schools. Here are 10 potential key elements of a COVID bailout.


In an address to the National Education Association, Joe Biden promised that if he is elected president, teachers will have more say in how education decisions are made.


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