A new Education Week-Gallup survey of the nation's school district leaders finds that a healthy percentage of superintendents are not convinced the common-core standards will improve schooling.

The first evaluation of a six-district, $75 million initiative to improve principal development shows signs of progress.

Districts have an additional year before federal health care legal changes go into effect.

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Paul Vallas did not complete a mandated leadership training program and must step down, a judge ruled.

Unaccredited districts and transfers in Missouri.

Prince George's County, Md., and Camden, N.J., have new school district leaders.

Districts supported by the GE Program saw student achievement gains in end-of-year state mathematics exams.

Rising transportation costs and continued tight budgets driving districts to use school bus fees to pay for transportation services.

Wake County has a new superintendent.

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