The selection of school choice advocate Betsy DeVos for secretary of education puts The 74, founded by the former TV journalist, in an awkward position.


The late-night host offers a skit featuring schoolchildren with an update of the first Thanksgiving story "to reflect our modern sensitivities."


Ellen Degeneres uses her syndicated program to spotlight the Center for Advanced Learning, a charter in a part of South-Central Los Angeles where gangs are rampant.


The new coming-of-age film features Woody Harrelson as a world-weary but understanding teacher to angst-ridden Hailee Steinfeld's high school girl.


On the nightly public television news show, Ifill often introduced segments on education produced by Education Week Video, the show's main partner on education news.


The documentary about the shootings of 20 children and six staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut will be shown at theaters nationwide on Wednesday.


The half-hour show features enterprise reporting, such as its first education piece about a community with a four-day school week.


The film is the first from the James Patterson book series about a middle school student dealing with school rules that don't always make sense.


The documentary examines the gentrification of a Manhattan neighborhood where the Avenues private school sits across from the Elliott-Chelsea public housing.


Boston, Chicago, and New Jersey Monthly magazines use differing methodologies to rank public high schools (and elementary schools, in one case).


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