The president of Puerto Rico's teachers' union said her decision to step down was not connected to questions about her husband's contracts with the U.S. territory's Department of Education.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, has become increasingly critical of charter schools this year, and his new proposals for charters would change how they operate and how they are funded.
The pilot was designed to let districts combine funding streams and direct more money to at-risk students. A new report explores why there's been little interest.
A new report from several education groups says states should use career-technical education programs as school improvement tools, among other recommendations.
The new Trump administration rule regarding immigrants' use of federal benefits could have an indirect but significant impact on schools, education advocates warn.
The former vice president's comment that "poor kids" are just as capable as "white kids," which his campaign quickly said was a slip of the tongue, appeared to play into the stereotype that poverty is a proxy for race.
Answers to a question about the biggest problem facing public schools have shifted over the years on the annual PDK International Poll. But for 18 years running, money has topped the list.
All but eight states specifically address at-risk funding for students from low-income backgrounds in their funding models for public schools, according to the Education Commission of the States.
A new report from FutureEd assesses the research behind interventions designed to tackle chronic absenteeism.
An upcoming proposal from the Trump administration about the Fair Housing Act highlights factors impacting school segregation that go far beyond 2020 campaign debates over "busing."