The list of our most popular blog posts for the outgoing year is dominated by Republican President-elect Donald Trump, who didn't talk much about education during his campaign for president.
South Carolina GOP Rep. Mick Mulvaney could have a significant impact on federal public school policy in a few ways as head of the Office of Management and Budget.
Winners in the latest round of federal grants include a college in Kentucky, a health-care nonprofit group in Mississippi, and the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in California.
Getting vouchers through Congress might be a very tough sell, but there are a few approaches Washington could take to expand private school choice in some fashion.
Folks in edu-Washington who have worked for either former President George W. Bush, or former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, are volunteering Trump's education team.
The House Freedom Caucus posted a list of "recommended list of regulations to remove" in the first 100 days of President-elect Donald Trump's administration.
ESSA includes provisions that President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for education secretary could use to promote public school choice, such as virtual learning, and charter schools.
King's year-long tenure has been marked by big fights between different groups, all of whom consider themselves advocates of public education.
In a Dec. 12 letter, the five Democrats single out All Children Matter, the PAC founded and previously led by DeVos, for not paying the outstanding 2008 fine in Ohio.
In filling agency posts, DeVos could tap people she knows and has worked with in Michigan advocacy and political circles, including at the American Federation for Children.