A special report by Reuters finds that the College Board is reusing SAT questions that it knew had been compromised by cheating in Asia.
A national analysis identifies policies states can adopt to promote dual-enrollment programs, but also finds evidence of concerns about course quality.
Only 32 percent of students live in states that are using PARCC or Smarter Balanced statewide in 2015-16, a sharp drop from last year.
The correlation of higher AP performance with the practice of tracking raises difficult questions for educators who want to build a preparation pipeline in middle school.
The new test is aimed at 10th graders, the same group of students who take the rival College Board's PSAT.
A high school district in Illinois becomes the first to pilot a more inclusive definition of college readiness.
If states want to align their actions with their goals, they should consider reporting publicly the things that really matter, according to a new report by Achieve.
The graduation-rate advantage serves wealthier students better than those from low-income families, but it still has a beneficial effect on less-affluent students.
John B. King Jr., the Education Department's top official, urges federal lawmakers to reauthorize the big career-tech-ed law, but few are optimistic that Congress will get it done anytime soon.