In his 2018 State of the Union address, President Donald Trump barely mentioned education. Potential mentions this year: school safety, school choice, infrastructure, and more.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro, Sen. Patty Murray, and Rep. Bobby Scott have told Education Secretary Betsy DeVos that the replacement inspector general could have conflicts of interests.
Booker has supported vouchers in the past, but he voted to reject Betsy DeVos' nomination for education secretary in 2017.
Can a Democrat with a record of tying test scores to teacher evaluations win a U.S. Senate seat in Colorado? Mike Johnston, a former Obama campaign adviser, wants to find out.
Thousands of parents, educators, sexual assault victims, and others tell the education secretary and her team they have big concerns about the proposed guidance's impact, including on K-12 schools.
Democrats say the proposal would generate 1.9 million jobs, but a big infrastructure spending deal has eluded Washington since President Donald Trump took office.
A new effort by the conservative Koch brothers' philanthropic network seeks to expand its K-12 work by promoting new models of education and helping teachers. But it faces political challenges.
Obviously, $5.7 billion is a lot of money for pretty much anybody. But what could it buy at the Education Department? We're glad you asked.
Attention state officials: Are you looking for a piece of the federal $378 million state assessment grant program? Applications became available Monday, the U.S. Department of Education announced
So far, Trump hasn't gotten much of what he wanted out of Congress when it comes to education.