A pair of reports share some promising results from programs that use different approaches to tackle the thorny problem of teaching the struggling adolescent reader.
President Obama has named Jack Buckley as his choice for the long-empty post of commissioner of the National Center for Education Statistics.
The U.S. Department of Education's chief research agency awards a slew of new research grants.
The federal Institute of Education Sciences is looking for feedback on its proposed research priorities for the next few years.
The National Center for Education Statistics has first-time nationally representative data on turnover rates for the nation's principals.
"Gut feelings aren't good enough," the U.S. secretary of education tells researchers at the Institute of Education Sciences' annual meeting.
A new study finds that, even though charter schools get fewer public dollars than regular public schools, they spend more on administration.
New data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that public schools spent $593 billion in 2008.
Four long-running vacancies on the board that advises the U.S. Department of Education on its research operations are finally filled.
New findings suggest that math gains are lower in schools where lots of instructional innovation is going on.