Remember how First Lady Michelle Obama was trying to break a world record about jumping jacks? She did it


Newt Gingrich's comment that child labor laws should be changed to give students a chance to work in their school buildings was an early flashpoint in the latest GOP presidential debate.


More school-based health clinics will be upgraded, expanded, or built from scratch, and they will eventually add enough capacity to serve about 53,000 students across the country, thanks to a fresh infusion of federal cash.


GOP Presidential candidate Rick Perry has launched a new campaign ad, promising to end "Obama's war on religion", including limits on prayer in schools.


Montana schools' chief Denise Juneau cited the financial cost as one reason her state won't seek a waiver from No Child Left Behind.


Does Gingrich's record on K-12 make him an education-flip-flopper...or someone with nuanced, evolving positions?


Getting rid of the U.S. Department of Education is high on the wish list of Republican voters in Iowa, who next month hold the first-in-the-nation caucus to select a GOP presidential nominee.


New guidelines meant to clarify what educators may legally do to achieve diversity and reduce racial isolation in schools.


The first round of state applications for flexibility under the No Child Left Behind Act raises significant questions about the future of state-led accountability systems.


Nearly half of all high-poverty schools, including schools that get Title I money, fell at least 10 percent short on state and local aid compared with the average school in their district, a study of 13,000 districts found.


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