North Dakota and Wyoming state superintendents said this week that they will soon hire new testing vendors.

The state is pulling out of the five-year contract with Measurement Inc. after a series of technical glitches.

The Every Student Succeeds Act will give states more flexibility to write their own education agenda.

A group of education advocates and parents filed suit in 2010, arguing that the California legislature's funding of poor districts violated the state's constitution.

New Jersey is one of many states that have experienced problems with the online administering of standardized testing this year.

The comments by Karen Lewis came amid intensifying debate over Illinois' K-12 budget, which state politicians have been debating for close to a year.

The law will allow the state to take over districts that receive an F grade for two straight years.

Missouri legislators had criticized the Common Core State Standards as federal overreach and the state board replaced them with state-developed standards to go into effect this fall.

Kentucky's superintendent wants to use a dashboard approach to tell parents how their schools perform in several areas, without the kind of numerical ranking Kentucky now uses.

While the state previously allowed for intradistrict transfers to public schools, students weren't allowed to cross county lines.

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