Public schools in the District of Columbia and North Dakota poised to get more students, while student populations in New Hampshire and Connecticut are predicted to shrink over the next decade.
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February 02, 2017
New Hampshire's education commissioner nominee Frank Edelblut, a businessman, Republican and school choice proponent, has been criticized throughout the state for his lack of education experience.
December 09, 2016
The U.S. Department of Education's Office of the Inspector General launched an investigation after the state reported that it had the nation's third highest graduation rate.
November 08, 2016
The first-term Democratic state schools chief had shocked the conservative state in 2012 by beating out Republican Tony Bennett, a school choice and accountability darling.
October 31, 2016
North Dakota superintendent candidate Joe Chiang signed a pledge to "fight against federally mandated curriculum, standardized tests and all illegal and unconstitutional mandates from the federal Department of Education."
September 02, 2016
With David Hespe's resignation, announced Friday, New Jersey has had five education commissioners in the last seven years.
August 29, 2016
Teachers in the state have complained that Michael Sentance, who worked for the U.S. Department of Education for several years, lacks classroom experience.
August 12, 2016
Michael Sentance, a strong backer of high academic standards, replaces Tommy Bice, who led the state through a contentious battle over charter schools and standards.
July 26, 2016
As the secretary of education in Virginia, Anne Holton, advises the state's governor on education policy but does not oversee the state's education department.
July 21, 2016
State Superintendent Randy Dorn argues that by spending local tax dollars on teacher salaries, districts are letting the legislature shirk its duty to fix the school funding formula.