A report of the District of Columbia's Opportunity Scholarship Program found that disadvantaged students were less likely to use vouchers and some scholarships went unused.
A recent survey found that nearly half of K-12 parents in urban districts had a positive impression of the Common Core State Standards.
Charter critics and advocates in Ohio debate the usefulness of a new online website comparing charter schools to traditional public school districts.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg, N.C., school officials found a way to permit more undocumented parents to volunteer in limited roles.
An education advocacy group is holding a rally Thursday in New York City and mounting a multimedia campaign to press for more quality schools.
The goal of a parent-advocacy group is to rally the parents of 250,000 students to refuse to take state tests in 2015, building on an opt-out effort that took place earlier this year.
Florida parents are concerned about what they see as the system's lack of flexibility, particularly for English-language learners and children with disabilities.
Homework continues to baffle most parents of children in grades K-8, according to a new national survey released this week.
After the closure of 49 schools in 2013, some Chicago Public Schools' parents say they are concerned about classroom overcrowding and $50 million in district budget cuts this year.
Three years after Ohio enacted a limited "parent trigger" law, nearly one-fifth of Columbus schools now qualify for major leadership overhauls if parents choose to initiate them.