The Parent Involvement Mobile Unit in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County school district is a renovated school bus that serves as a mobile classroom.
Parents in the Sunshine State will be able to move children more easily across district lines under a law that goes into effect starting next year.
Graphs and data help parents, who are English learners with low literacy skills, understand their students' academic progress through a WestEd program.
A nonprofit organization and the New York City Department of Education are collaborating on a new effort to reach parents in schools with low participation.
Here's a round-up of recent headlines from Florida, Virginia and California about parent involvement issues, including test-score access, one-stop school applications, and parental field trips.
A 3rd grader is being turned away from his charter school because of a desegregation agreement that forbids suburban black students from attending city charter schools.
A story in Chalkbeat Detroit illustrates how school choice can create burdens for families, who must travel far to go to schools outside their neighborhoods.
Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo proposes to allow traditional public schools to be free of certain regulations, including opening up enrollment outside their neighborhoods.
St. Louis Public Schools filed a lawsuit to recover tax money for desegregation programs, but charter school parents say they should keep getting those funds.
The Shriver Report Snapshot released the results of a poll of 1,000 mothers who are likely voters about their views on education and other issues.