A key vote in the Michigan House education committee could undo a budgetary freeze on common-core spending in the state.
There seems to be some disparity between Gov. Rick Scott's public comments on a common-core testing consortium and his official correspondence on the matter.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has told U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan that the state will pull out of a consortia developing common-core-aligned tests, the Associated Press says.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has said he is mulling a variety of ways for the state to alter or eliminate its role in a common-core testing consortium.
Four schools in Massachusetts are facing state takeover based on 2013 test scores, while momentum builds behind a lawsuit over takeovers in Virginia.
A new report highlights the millions of students chronically absent from school, and the best approaches states are taking to address the problem.
The Florida Board of Education named Pam Stewart the state's new education commissioner on Sept. 17.
The first of two business meetings in one week designed to bolster support for the common core is taking place in Washington Sept. 17 at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
New emails and computer data from Tony Bennett's tenure as Indiana state schools chief may show that he improperly used state office for political purposes.
Groups including the National Governors Association and Council of Chief State School Officers are strongly urging an NCLB reauthorization.