A U.S. House subcommittee explores ways to improve literacy, including among adolescents.


Parent involvement must take a different form at the middle and high school levels, a Harvard researcher argues.


The Alliance for Excellent Education calculates how much the 50 largest metropolitan areas are losing in wages and in property, sales, and income taxes because students don't graduate from high school.


A survey finds that students devote as much or more time to watching television or surfing the Web as they do studying.


Report details the "9th grade bulge" in six states.


A new report examines the growth of career and technical education in California.


The final Race to the Top regulations outline what types of high school improvement work will position states well for a chunk of the grant money.


A new paper argues that postsecondary achievement is required for good jobs.


An annual survey measures student engagement in college; a new brief offers states guidance on how to assess student achievement at their colleges.


A Stanford professor says all the hype about competitive admissions only applies to a select few schools.


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