John Huppenthal apologizes for comments that may have been considered offensive.
In its showdown with lawmakers, what would happen if the Washington state Supreme Court ordered an increase in taxes to pay for a larger K-12 budget?
How is the 2016 presidential campaign affecting, and not affecting, support for the common core among Republican governors?
Louisiana's governor wants the state to "develop our own standards and our own tests," but he will likely have a fight on his hands with the state schools' chief and board still backing the common core.
Groups ranging from the state PTA and the Florida School Boards Association are pushing Gov. Rick Scott to veto a bill that would expand the state's tax-credit scholarship program.
What did the "pro-common core bill" vetoed by Louisiana's governor really say, and where is the split in GOP governors' positions on the common core?
There's significantly higher funding for career education, early learning, and the common-core transition in the budget Golden State lawmakers passed June 15.
A June 13 panel of education officials and analysts agreed that empowering local officials to create their own solutions is often the best approach.
Washington state's Supreme Court court has warned lawmakers that they could be held in contempt over K-12 funding, with a variety of possible sanctions.
The Arkansas Board of Education has selected Tony Wood, the current deputy commissioner at the state education department, to be its new state education commissioner.