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


The news organizations announced a content partnership that will involve Education Week contributing news segments to the nightly news show on public television.


The educational publisher changes the name of a 124-year-old magazine that has always aimed to help educators in the classroom.


Anderson Cooper examines how 13-year-olds are using social media to keep up with, and sometimes engage in "social combat" with, their friends.


Duncan's announcement that he will step down as U.S. Secretary of Education was big news for some news websites. For TV news, not so much.


The magazine's cover photo for a big package on education fails to display the racial diversity of the City of Brotherly Love.


An ABC situation comedy and a daytime talk show examine some very different situations in which the word is uttered in schools.


The Agenda, an online magazine published under the banner of Politico, has an education issue this week full of interesting, but slightly wonky, stories.


The horror film from the writers of "Saw" and "Glee" is a violent, if fun, spoof of the modern elementary school.


"All American High Revisited," the updated version of a film about one school year, has been tucked away for decades.


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