A draft of the common "college and career ready standards" is circulating and getting a mix of reactions.


A new report shows that high school dropout factories are concentrated in 17 states.


A group representing middle and high schools urges support for more money in Title I school improvement grants and a requirement that 40 percent go to those schools.


New York City comptroller and mayoral candidate William Thompson Jr. releases an audit that finds the city's high school graduation rate hasn't improved as much as city leaders say it has.


"Multiple pathways" means different things in New York and in California.


Detroit school board sues financial manager over high school plan, saying he's overstepped his bounds.


AEI critiques Obama's community college proposal.


Questions about the future of Chicago's High School Transformation initiative.


Arne Duncan joins Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick to announce proposed charter expansion. Will this offer any help for high schools?


The latest NAEP data show the racial achievement gap narrowing more among younger students than among older ones.


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