Thorny areas around adolescent literacy are discussed as a major report is released.


A new study outlines a national agenda for tackling the problem of adolescent literacy.


A newspaper describes the many reasons that few teachers assign challenging research papers any more.


The authors argue that students who choose colleges that are too easy fail at higher rates than those who choose more challenging schools.


Graduation rates for English-language learners are far from clear.


A Georgia middle school principal wins NASSP's Principal of the Year award.


The president urges students to set goals and finish high school.


The Gates Foundation and Viacom launch a public-awareness campaign about the importance of education.


The furor over Obama's speech to schoolchildren continues.


President Obama's planned speech at a Virginia high school sparks a furor among parents in Texas.


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