A panel of judges in Kansas has ruled that state lawmakers satisfied an order from the state Supreme Court to make its K-12 finance system more equitable

Small rural and alternative schools in Alaska will soon be rated with a different formula than that which is used for other schools

A high-powered panel discussion in Washington focused on school and student accountability, but revealed disparate attitudes about the importance of testing.

The primary races in the South Carolina superintendent's election are headed to June 24 run-offs, with two Republicans and two Democrats set to face each other.

In a June 10 letter, a senior Gates Foundation official says the philanthropy supports a two-year moratorium on using assessments aligned with the common core to evaluate teachers or promote students.

Will North Carolina be the next state to step back from the common core, and how does its state superintendent feel about the recent activity?

The Kansas National Education Association is filing a legal challenge to a new law that eliminated due-process rights for state teachers.

Two of the five biggest states by K-12 enrollment, California and Florida, are battlegrounds for new or evolving lawsuits that focus on the adequacy and use of educational resources.

States where students are scheduled to take tests from two federally funded consortia account for 42 percent of national K-12 enrollment.

Five months after coming to the defense of the Common Core State Standards, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has signed a bill to replace them.


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