Growth in the number and needs of America's roughly homeless students is leaving the federal support for them spread thin.
Models to spur private investment in public issues using could promote more use of research and evidence in education, a new report suggests.
U.S. teenagers have flatlined in international assessments of science and reading, and declined in math.
Researchers are honored for a study on the benefits of teaching controversial material.
With jargon, "meaningless" tables and missing data, state report cards can be difficult for parents to use, a new report shows.
Gender gaps are closing worldwide, but the devil is in the details for the United States.
The Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study releases new results for 2015.
Charter and traditional school leaders carry similar workloads, a new study finds.
The U.S. Education Department announced the last round of Investing in Innovation grants under the Obama administration, which created the intervention research grants.
The burgeoning popularity of home schooling has not necessarily been matched by preparation for parents doing it, suggest new federal data on home schooled students.