The lab is part of the U.S. Department of Education's effort to close "existing equity gaps" when it comes to teacher distribution.
The suit, by Lambda Legal, the American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of North Carolina, and Equality North Carolina, claims that the law violates the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment to the U.S. Constitution and Title IX.
A new report explores how explores how states and the U.S. Department of Education can support new, local, and more effective approaches to Title I spending.
In many respects, officials in statehouses and state education departments are still figuring out how they'll proceed under ESSA.
Plenty of issues have gotten more ink and pixels in coverage of the Every Student Succeeds Act than parent, family, and other forms of engagement—but advocates for those issues are excited about what the law does.
Negotiated rulemaking was successful, but contentious, when negotiators wrote regulations for the No Child Left Behind Act in 2002.
As schools in Forsyth, Ga., and Corona-Norco, Calif., discovered, educators can learn a lot even from programs that don't become superstars under Investing in Innovation.
A new report pinpoints what it says are successful efforts by colleges and universities on both fronts, but federal officials also stress that there's still work to be done.
While the discussion remained civil, collegial, and wonky on the third day of the negotiations, it's clear there was a lot of passion for this population.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wants to resurrect a program from the 1990s that provided federal funds to refurbish and repair crumbling schools.