A Regional Educational Laboratory Program webinar on using student achievement data to make instructional decisions offers five tips for rural schools and districts.

Rural schools can be a source of unity or division in economically depressed areas, a study finds, even affecting which students are encouraged to pursue higher education.

Michigan was the only state to shrink its overall population between 2000 and 2010, and those losses translate into cuts in state aid.

A new Center for American Progress report offers four ways federal policies and a revised Elementary and Secondary Education Act could better serve rural interests.

Rural school districts and parents in Colorado sue state over what they say is unequal funding system, an issue that's come up for rural advocates in 27 other cases across the country.

John White, the U.S. Department of Education's Deputy Secretary for Rural Outreach, hosts first-ever rural education Twitter town hall.

John White, U.S. Department of Education's Deputy Secretary for Rural Outreach, hosts the agency's first rural forum on Twitter tomorrow at 3 p.m.

National Rural Education Association names Kristi Ramon, a 1st grade Reading Recovery and intervention teacher, as Rural Teacher of the Year.

Eighteen percent of the country's lowest-performing schools that will receive federal School Improvement Grant are rural, according to analysis from Education Sector.

A rural Indiana rockstar superintendent nominee finds a way to do 1:1 technology in small, high-poverty district.


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