The GAO is encouraging people to report stimulus-related fraud—and there could be a lot of it, even in education.
The education secretary has been deemed the most "anti-gun" member of Obama's cabinet by a National Rifle Association magazine article.
Even with the stimulus package, can education innovation thrive? Several good reads start hinting on this broader theme.
The education secretary is getting creative in finding a way to get stimulus money to states such as Alaska and South Carolina, where the governors want to reject education funds.
These new stimulus guidelines are expected to more clearly spell out how the department wants states to distribute stabilization fund dollars to local districts.
Duncan makes Rolling Stone's list of Top 100 change agents.
In a wide-ranging interview with Edweek reporters and editors, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said he had picked a deputy and that the person was going through the vetting process.
Duncan is the first Education Secretary to meet with the group, a spokesman said.
The Senate is set to consider a sunny, bipartisan bill that would bolster community service programs, including for education.
Rebuffed a second time by the White House, Mark Sanford is now turning down $700 million in stimulus dollars, which would have been used primarily for education.