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.
A sustained, positive school climate may help middle schoolers keep on track in math and reading.
Families often have a hard time judging what makes for a good early education program, finds a new working paper.
They were slightly more likely than students without a disability to attend two-year rather than four-year colleges.
President Trump's nominee for U.S. Education Secretary backed a brain-training company that has made questionable claims about its ability to treat attention deficit disorders and autism.
A new evaluation of the federal Investing in Innovation program showed it helped new interventions build evidence of effectiveness, but also highlighted how much local education groups need support.
The Institute of Education Sciences released its final evaluation of the School Improvement Grants program, which Congress killed last year.