Chicago school closures made no significant impact on student achievement, report finds.


A Des Moines school board committee considers reducing credits needed for graduation.


Bill Gates, high school reform in D.C., and reflections on Ted Sizer.


A Virginia high school teacher grapples with the way race shapes conversation about achievement.


Pennsylvania state board of education approves new exit exams.


Good reading on alternative high schools in Chicago and a California program that bridges high school and college expectations.


The College Board finds tuition and fees rising faster than they have in recent years.


A new ACT report and comments by College Board President Gaston Caperton offer insight into college-admissions tests.


Arne Duncan said choosing between career and college-readiness standards is a "false choice."


A report from the Southern Regional Education Board says the region has climbed back from a dip in graduation rates to inch up to the national average.


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