Rural districts are being given an edge in the new round of the federal 2012 Teacher Incentive Fund competition announced late last week.

By working with one rural North Carolina school district, researchers developed a new professional development model that helps create teacher leaders, according to a new study.

Federal community facilities programs furthers educators' cause in rural areas nationwide, according to new report.

Rural educators from across the country to gather to discuss the implementation of the Common Core State Standards.

U.S. Department of Education launches new pilot program grant competition to encourage states and tribal education departments to work together.

Food trucks are the latest trend in the culinary world, and some school districts, including those in rural areas, are using them to feed students on summer vacation.

Rural administrators who want to prepare and support culturally diverse teachers need to vary recruitment strategies, seek partnerships, and promote a culture of collaboration, according to a new study.

Poor rural Massachusetts students generally are outperforming their urban peers, and that's a change from 10 years ago when they were further behind, according to new analysis.

Study shows rural students have more access to community social resources that should help them earn college degrees, but they trail their nonrural peers in doing so, largely because of poverty.

A new superintendent, plans to create teacher housing, and a documentary in production are just a few pieces of news coming out of rural McDowell County, the site of a collaboration of private and public partners to turnaround the failing West Virginia school district.


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