President Donald Trump wants to make the biggest cuts in the U.S. Department of Education's budget in about 35 years. Check out the highlights of Trump's plan.
How are school administrators keeping tabs on students' social posts without violating free speech and privacy rights?
Hundreds of schools are shut down yearly for economic or academic reasons, impacting communities and students. Reporter Denisa Superville shares the latest data on where schools are closing and which students are likely to be affected.
How can teachers help students spot fake news? In this video, educators discuss teacher-training efforts around media literacy, and why they're so important.
In the past decade, schools have made great strides in adopting technology in the classroom. However, there is still inequity in the ed tech space.
In today's world, where fabricated news stories are often presented as legitimate, media literacy is more important than ever. In Washington state, media literacy advocates and legislators are working together to create curriculum to create digitally literate citizens.
In the North Alleghenny School District in Pittsburgh, leaders have made staff health a priority. This year, district educators trained and participated in relay teams at a local marathon.
Blogger, author, and National Board-certified teacher Starr Sackstein discusses how teachers can move beyond grades to assess student learning in a meaningful way.
Education Week's Andrew Ujifusa hashes out the details of the education budget with Prince George's County, Md., Schools CEO Kevin Maxwell.
Differences in parental income can contribute to hidden disparities that are easy for schools to overlook but hard for poor families to overcome, according to data gathered by the Education Week Research Center.