We finally have an idea of how, and just how much, Congress wants to spend on education in the coming fiscal year.


Those in charge of the Education Department's budget appear ready to reject the Trump team's push to cut the department's overall budget.


A letter from the national teachers' unions, groups representing school principals, the National PTA, and others want it made crystal clear that money from Title IV of the Every Student Succeeds Act can't be used to arm school staff.


A federal analysis on the School Improvement Grant program ignored more positive localized pictures of the program, and had design flaws, a new report says.


The Education Department has plenty of tools in its monitoring tool box. But advocates are worried the feds won't make sure states are using the Every Student Succeeds Act to look out for vulnerable children.


Civil rights in education has been a major area of recent political conflict, including disputes over racial disparities in school discipline and transgender students.


If Democrats win the House in the November midterm elections, expect them to focus heavily on Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos' civil rights record. But how often would they call her to testify?


Democrats are using just about every tool they can think of to try to stop Every Student Succeeds Act money from being used by schools to purchase firearms.


Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has said she will take no position on schools that seek to use Every Student Succeeds Act money for firearms, but Democrats continue to decry the idea.


The U.S. has plenty to learn from other economically developed countries when it comes to preparing students for the jobs of the future, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos told reporters Thursday.


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