It's clear that not everyone in the Democratic party is ready to give parent-trigger laws five stars.
This year's Democratic National Convention will offer an ususually prominent speaking role for a state schools superintendent: Montana's Denise Juneau.
Drama centers on which parts of President Obama's K-12 record the campaign will trumpet, and how it will resonate with different segments of the party.
Districts in 48 states plus the District of Columbia plan to apply for the U.S. Department of Education's latest competition, which focuses on personalized learning.
High school students in a women's studies class sort through the fact, fiction, and fuzziness of presidential television spots.
GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney's campaign made the case that he was an advocate for education as governor of Massachusetts.
Former U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings thinks the Obama administration's NCLB waivers do poor and minority children a disservice.
Her Wednesday speech to delegates may not have been as sharp as that of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's on Tuesday, but it likely struck a chord.
The Common Core State Standards: A state-led effort to help improve learning outcomes throughout the nation—or "Obama Core?"
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