A new report urges the federal government to help high schools get and interpret college-proficiency data so they can better prepare their students for college.


Author Richard Whitmire wades into the thorny area of college admissions preferences for men.


The PTA announces a campaign to build parent support for common standards.


A survey uncovers gaps between what families want from high school and what high school teachers see as their main job.


The makers of the two big college admissions exams are in a 'smackdown' for market share, Forbes magazine reports.


The Milwaukee school board wants more even distribution of special education students in the district's high schools.


Educators and policymakers debate whether Louisiana's career diploma represents a lowering of standards.


Race to the Top guidelines raise new questions about turning around the lowest-performing schools.


States are progressing nicely in developing longitudinal data systems, but most still lack the ability to track K-12 students into college, a study finds.


A proposed $2 billion competitive-grant program is aimed at helping districts turn around struggling high schools and their feeder middle schools.


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