New York City parents give Mayor Bill de Blasio unsatisfactory grades for failing to reduce class size and increase public accountability.
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Few Californians believe their schools administer too many standardized tests, according to a new poll, which also found that knowledge about the common-core standards is weak.
The parents of 500 Mississippi special needs students will receive $6,500 to pay for their children's education, including therapy, tutors and even private school tuition.
While Tennessee's parent-trigger law fizzles, Texas lawmakers moved forward with a bill that could increase the number of schools eligible for sweeping changes, including charters.
The New Jersey Department of Education calculated opt-out rates for state exams for the first time but the figures released this week are preliminary.
The New Jersey State Board of Education will consider parents' request to adopt test-refusal guidelines and protect students who skip state tests from being punished.
Nevada businesses will receive tax-credits for donations they make to support scholarships for students to use to help pay their private school tuition.
Parents of students attending a low-performing Los Angeles elementary school hope to use California's parent-trigger law to spur academic and staffing changes.
Educators have always struggled with cultivating the parent-school partnership even though they believe it is an invaluable tool that helps boost student achievement.