There were no questions on school policy, but Barack Obama offered an idea on what priority education would be early in his administration.
The Volunteer State has grappled with education funding, curriculum issues, and implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act over the past year.
Is it enough to guarantee an invitation to a skybox at the 2012 Democratic Convention?
The National Education Association's on-the-ground campaign efforts appear to be mostly emphasizing health care over education issues.
To know which way the McCain campaign is hoping the political wind will blow, when it comes to the story of the Obama-Ayers connection.
Residents of Alaska's small villages and cities are fleeing their rural communities—and their local schools—for more urban Anchorage, where gas, heating fuel, and food are cheaper.
There wasn’t a single question on schools during the vice presidential debate, but the candidates managed to sneak in some comments on education.
If the moderator doesn't ask a question about schools, it won't be because no one tried.
Sen. John McCain is not backing away from his widely debunked education ad attacking Sen. Barack Obama's record on education.
Register now to watch the Webcast of a live debate Oct. 21 between top education advisers to Barack Obama and John McCain.