The Reopen Our Schools Act may not go anywhere in Congress, but it does drive home a broader political message about the pandemic and resuming traditional classes.


Building internet capacity, distributing more online devices, and cleaning schools are among the top priorities for school administrators in using federal COVID-19 relief, according to new survey data.


Starting a new school year will be a high-stakes challenge for educators who must help get students back on track, education administrators told U.S. senators Wednesday.


After a couple years of clashes with teachers in the state, West Virginia Senate President Mitch Carmichael was ousted in Tuesday's Republican primary election by a teacher.


School will look much different this fall when students return, and that has administrators in several states pushing lawmakers to change how they distribute K-12 aid to districts.


Protests about law enforcement's treatment of black people underscore how school desegregation can help black children and create more empathy in society, Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., said in an interview.


The Justice in Policing Act of 2020, which Democrats unveiled Monday, would require the development of new standards for school resource officers and juvenile justice.


Pennsylvania's rejection of a formal complaint from the state Catholic Conference over COVID aid and private school students highlights a messy dispute taking place in many states.


Inadequate monitoring and a lack of qualified staff left the bureau unable to ensure that thousands of special education students received the services they were due under federal law, a Government Accountability Office reports finds.


Districts that have instituted their own local sales tax will be hit especially hard during this next recession when state revenue plunges.


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