A new poll find that the majority of New Jersey parents believe they should have the right to opt their children out of state standardized testing.
Two competing pieces of legislation in Mississippi could funnel funds into the hands of parents to help educate children with special needs.
The Oklahoma PTA is urging parents to refuse to allow their children to take the state's writing assessments in February.
More than 75,000 people signed a petition penned by a New York City mother frustrated that thousands of children attend chronically underperforming public schools.
Critics of high-stakes standardized testing are gathering for a national conference this weekend in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Parents will submit petitions to district officials Wednesday that would clear the way for them to transform their children's low-performing Anaheim school into a charter.
New Jersey parents, teachers and students criticize PARCC testing during a recent State Board of Education meeting.
Low-performing school districts in Kentucky will be the target of a charter school pilot program under proposed legislation being penned by state lawmakers this year.
Parent-trigger law co-author Gloria Romero alleges that Anaheim, Calif., parents are being harassed in their bid to transform their low-performing school into a charter.
Challengers backed by the state's teachers' union argued that the new law, which loosens eligibility requirements for the state's tax-credit scholarship program, was unconstitutional.