The Obama Administration will release draft accountability rules for the nation's teacher-preparation programs this summer.


The first lady will instead speak at a "Senior Recognition Day."


U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan yanked Washington state's waiver Thursday, making the Evergreen State the first to lose flexibility from many of the mandates of the outdated No Child Left Behind Act.


U.S. Secretary Arne Duncan has already decided whether to revoke Washington state's No Child Left Behind waiver, according to a Seattle Times story. But we still don't know exactly what the decision is.


Race to the Top started out as a competition among states who agreed to embrace certain K-12 education redesign principles—but it didn't stay that way.


Applications will be available Friday for schools and nonprofits that want a shot at the largest awards available from this year's $135 million i3 contest.


Plans to combine ceremonies for the city's five high schools may mean fewer guests for each graduate, which some families have objected to.


At long last, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan has granted his home state of Illinois a waiver from the mandates of the No Child Left Behind Act.


After dropping out of Smarter Balanced, Kansas had to submit a special double-testing waiver to use common-core aligned field tests for students in special education.


Here's an edited transcript of a 30-minute Q-and-A with the U.S. Secretary of Education, who touched on the important decisions he's facing in his remaining time in office.


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