Democrats for Education Reform, the political action committee meant to help counter the teachers' unions' influence on the Democratic party, is trying to make it easier for the public to donate to its favored candidates.


The big news last week was the Vergara verdict and its implications for teacher policy.


Budget constraints and profound mistrust among tribal communities for the federal government are some of the obstacles to overhauling the Bureau of Indian Education.


According to the White House, the president will call for an overhaul of the Bureau of Indian Education which is responsible for 48,000 students in 187 schools located on and off reservations.


Three of the four states that won second-round Race to the Top grants seem to be sailing along, while four other states have seen more significant delays and course-corrections.


The Senate committee responsible for funding education has postponed the markup up of its federal fiscal 2015 spending bill, and Republicans are angry.


Eric Cantor resigned his post as Majority Leader, leaving in jeopardy a short list of education-focused bills awaiting a House vote.


Lawmakers from both chambers and both sides of the aisle in Congress said Tuesday that they expect the workforce bill to pass before their July recess.


In a stunning upset, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost in the Republican primary for the 7th District of Virginia on Tuesday to Tea Party challenger Dave Brat.


The Obama administration's proposal for a new iteration of the Race to the Top program aimed at bolstering educational equity, was rejected by Senate Democrats on a spending subcommittee Tuesday.


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