Fourteen states said they can't or won't apply to the U.S. Department of Education for additional time to tie personnel decisions to teacher evaluations.

Nine California districts are proceeding as if they will get their flexibility from the U.S. Department of Education.

Despite being on federal "high-risk" status, the Aloha State has finished almost all of its Race to the Top work.

Only five states still have pending applications with the U.S. Department of Education for No Child Left Behind Act waivers.

Back in 2009, the Obama administration and Congress gambled $3 billion on a big nationwide effort to turn around the lowest performing schools

The education secretary asserted that the federal government didn't write the common-core standards, didn't mandate them, doesn't regulate them--and never will.

Illinois officials are wondering what the Education Secretary's new flexibility on teacher evaluations means for their waiver application, which continues to languish.

Some chiefs found the department's messaging on teacher evaluation less than helpful.

With two more states poised to get waivers from NCLB accountability requirements, Rep. George Miller is keeping his eye on renewal.

Another markup of the Elementary and Secondary Education bill, another totally predictable partisan vote.

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