This week sees the return of "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?", the Scripps National Spelling Bee, and a quiz show for adults.
Several months apart, the upstart San Francisco Public Press and the San Francisco Chronicle each reported on resegregation in that city's schools.
A photographer who had documented separate black and white proms in Georgia returns to film the integrated prom, but ends up with a different documentary.
A Washington, D.C., station reports on compensation packages that can include personal drivers, security personnel, housing allowances, and average salaries of more than $193,000.
It's Teacher Appreciation Week, and educators have been getting some love, trophies, technology prizes, and even chicken nuggets on the two daytime TV shows.
In a blog hosted by Washington Monthly, the highly opinionated education blogger aims to highlight and critique news media coverage of American education.
The cable host's "Last Week Tonight" skewers test preparation at school, the tests themselves, test publishers, and the political atmosphere around school accountability.
The glossy magazine for the nation's wealthy set cites the work of an array of education givers, some well-known, some not.
A former CNN producer launches a news and information site about education that will include video reports from conferences in the field.
National correspondent Kate Snow interviews 5-year-old Jacob and 8-year-old Malisa and examines some of the family, medical, and school issues they face.