Only 8 percent of all schools closed were replaced with new schools that served the same grades, finds a new Urban Institute study.
Researchers are focusing on the wrong gaps to improve schools, argues an American Educational Research Association lecturer.
Who's looking at student data? A new audit finds problems with IES' process for screening contractors working with data.
Stereotypes can undermine Asian-American students' college goals.
The White House budget blueprint is virtually silent on federal education research.
The University of Virginia is launching a database to connect researchers and educators.
New federal data show differences in Native American students' performance at public and tribal schools.
Men and women teachers take different paths to become school leaders, according to a new study in the American Educational Research Journal.
The Alpine, Utah school district spent less per student than any other of the largest districts.
Latino children trail their white peers by three months of learning when they start kindergarten, a new study finds.