The newspaper and its Web site, edweek.org, are turning to a model that has proven successful for publications such as The New York Times


Agnes Zhelesnik of North Plainfield, N.J., teaches home economics at an elementary school and just turned 100.


Two new TV shows, one on the Hallmark Channel, the other coming to CBS, spotlight the teaching profession from very different perspectives.


Emmeline Zhao will be the editor for the forthcoming education news channel of RealClearPolitics.com and Bellwether Education Partners.


The education news site GothamSchools completes its transformation into a new identity.


The "PBS Newshour" and NPR aired year-end reports on education, concentrating on the state of school testing and the Common Core education standards.


Andrew J. Rotherham, a pioneer in education blogging, is launching a new venture aimed at bringing a fresh approach to daily education journalism.


The $17 million in grants announced this week for NPR will go in part for the public broadcaster to increase its coverage of education.


As the anniversary of the shootings in Newtown, Conn., approaches, there are signs that the news media is showing some uncharacteristic self-restraint.


PBS "Newshour" education correspondent John Merrow's production company has launched a new short-documentary series on educational leadership.


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