The DoDEA organization, which runs 172 schools serving 74,000 students of both active-duty military personnel and Department of Defense civilians, awarded a one-year, renewable contract to Parcc Inc.


The biggest federal program for high schools has a lot of fans on both sides of the congressional aisle and in school districts.


The pending departure of Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio, the speaker of the House seems to have lit a fire under negotiations on reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.


Will the newly reauthorized ESEA include money for elementary and secondary school counselors, afterschool programs, and early-childhood education?


U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan has a piece of good news to announce on his way out the door: High school graduation rates appear to be on track to rise for the third year in a row.


Some Republican White House contenders want to get rid of the department entirely, while others just want to slim it down.


Kasich wants to "shrink the federal education bureaucracy" by consolidating over 100 programs into "four block grants" for states.


Earlier this month, the National Education Association voted to endorse Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary for president. But what went into that decision beforehand?


Both pieces of ESEA reauthorization legislation pending in the House and Senate would put states and districts, as opposed to the feds, in the driver's seat when it comes to turnarounds.


Three urban school districts, plus a network of charter schools, will split nearly $2 million in one-time grants aimed at helping students develop the kind of "mindsets" and skills that will help them learn.


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