The federal Civil Rights Data Collection is a massive, often messy, trove of critical equity information from every public school in the country. This month it's also gotten harder to access.
Even young children can show key attention skills during video calls, a new study finds.
As U.S. educators and policymakers turn more attention to international tests to analyze American students' progress, a new report suggests the Nation's Report Card should be overhauled to look more like those global tests.
New Orleans charter schools that enrolled students in the earliest grades showed faster student growth than other charters, a new analysis finds.
A national registry of evidence-based mental health programs has been shuttered.
Teachers and principals didn't seek out more professional development after receiving feedback, but the feedback did seem to improve trust and instructional practice.
The equity researcher was an early critic of using standardized tests for accountability.
A national school accreditor looks at what makes the difference when schools try to implement their improvement plans.
A new study suggests the nation could be overlooking thousands of potential young inventors, as family income and local "innovation" play an outsized role in whether young students grow up to be inventors.
Nationwide, high school graduation rates have climbed for the past five years, but the improvement has been far from equal across states.