Newspaper endorsements are rolling in for both President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, the GOP presidential nominee, with K-12 policy and spending figuring into the equation.


A new deadline for the Race to the Top district competition has yet to be set now that the Oct. 30 deadline has been put off because of the storm.


President Barack Obama has been touting the success of the School Improvement Grant program, but the U.S. Department of Education has yet to release long-promised student achievement data.


A new emphasis on cutting college costs and boosting STEM education could be on the agenda if President Barack Obama wins re-election.


President Barack Obama and GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney tangled over class size, teachers, and education funding during Monday night's foreign-policy debate.


Could education pop up during tonight's foreign policy presidential debate? Maybe. Both President Barack Obama and GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney have linked international competitiveness to K-12 policy.


Idaho joins 33 other states plus the District of Columbia that have designed their own accountability systems under waivers from No Child Left Behind that have been granted by the U.S. Department of Education.


During their second duel of this campaign, President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney on Tuesday night framed the issue of education as an economic one.


Obama and Romney representatives at an American Enterprise Institute debate highlighted the differences between the candidates on key issues.


When setting goals new goals for schools and groups of at-risk students as part of the No Child Left Behind waiver process, what should matter more: proficiency rates six years from now, or the rate of growth?


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