A rival organization is sharply disputing a recent study from the University of Arkansas’s School Choice Demonstration Project purporting to show that charter schools are vastly more efficient at achieving higher test scores.
As part of the Obama Administration’s historic commitment to ensure that all students attending Bureau of Indian Education-funded schools receive an effective education delivered to them by tribes, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn announced this week that the BIE will fund $2.5 million in Sovereignty in Indian Education competitive grants.
A middle school teacher in Muscatine, Iowa has created a mechanism to thwart would-be school shooters that is so deceptively simple it just might work.
The state Public Education Department on Thursday released the 2014 grades for New Mexico’s public schools.
Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration said Thursday it needs further details before deciding whether to sign off on the state school board’s plan to hire a law firm that would pursue a possible lawsuit against the governor.
A revamped teacher licensing proposal still lacks support from Tennessee’s teachers’ union, the group that led the opposition of the policy it would replace.
More than 450 children from Normandy schools crossed the Blanchette Bridge daily last year to attend school in the Francis Howell district.
A Commonwealth Court ruling on Tuesday could pave the way for charter schools outside Philadelphia to expand their operations and take on more students.
Two charter schools ordered shut down by L.A. Unified amid questions over their financial management will be allowed to continue operating for now, according to a tentative ruling made public Thursday.
More than 600 new students who enrolled in the Tennessee Virtual Academy for the upcoming school year may have to find a new school if Union County Schools is granted a waiver from the state allowing it to unenroll them.