The veteran TV news correspondent is retiring, bringing an end to a show that helped children understand the complexities of the world.


The Daily News may have overstated the extent of a state panel's recommendations on education standards, but the editors couldn't resist a snappy headline.


The Comedy Central show tackles race issues, and sometimes education, such as the news that some Texas-approved textbooks were insensitively addressing slavery.


The 90-minute live special, airing Monday night, features the only education case included in the public affairs channel's first list of landmark cases.


In "Where to Invade Next," the provocative director examines sex ed. and school lunches in France, higher education in Slovenia, and the K-12 system in Finland.


Two more Republican presidential candidates gave their views on education this week in interviews with Campbell Brown of education website The Seventy Four.


"The Raising of America" looks at early childhood from the perspectives of neuroscience, economics, and politics, but its Web followup episodes may be more focused.


"NBC Nightly News," in a rare network evening news report on education policy, discusses the Obama administration's guidelines for reducing testing in schools.


A report by correspondent John Merrow about the New York City charter network's suspension of young students draws a rebuke.


The longtime education correspondent signed off from public television with a conversation on the "PBS NewsHour" with anchor Judy Woodruff.


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