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Parents say assessments and test prep are stealing instructional time away from their children, according to a new survey.

Plans to shift attendance zones in the District of Columbia Public Schools prompt parents to ask district leaders to slow down the overhaul.

With school shootings becoming more commonplace nationwide, the bulletproof accessory and clothing industry is seeing an increase in a once unusual customer base—parents.

Fathers who are psychologically distressed upon entering a family-education program are likely to have little contact with their young children, according to a new study.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is facing pressure from parents and teachers to veto legislation to increase scholarship amounts in the state's school voucher program.

Most children in a Johns Hopkins University study who grew up in low-income families did not earn higher-paying salaries once they became adults.

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors, now in 34 states, has an impact on how often Latino parents read to their children, and how these parents see themselves as advocates.

Low-income Delaware parents could use state money to pay for their children's private school tuition and tutoring programs under a bill sponsored by Republican lawmakers.

In the last month, parents at two Philadelphia public schools have refused to support plans for the district to transfer control of their schools to charter operators.

Free college courses will be held in Hayward, Calif., public schools for parents seeking to provide better financial and academic support for their children.


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