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A judge overseeing the case against dozens of Atlanta educators accused of a conspiracy to cheat on standardized tests is expressing concerns about whether their statements to investigators were coerced by investigators.
Canutillo Independent School District board members are working to decide who to hire as the new principal of Canutillo High School and other key positions.
In a badly botched answer to the final question during this year's Miss America Pageant, Miss Utah Marissa Powell stammered something unintelligible about men and women in the workplace and saw the crown slip away.
States can ask for another year before using student test results to decide whether to keep or fire teachers, Education Secretary Arne Duncan told school chiefs on Tuesday.
The announcement of five Mobile County schools designated as failing to meet academic standards under the Alabama Accountability Act will likely not lead to any major changes in the schools' enrollments, schools Superintendent Martha Peek said in a news conference Tuesday.
I haven't seen a better explanation or analysis of Fisher v. University of Texas, the current Supreme Court affirmative action case that could be decided any day now, than in a ProPublica piece on the subject .
On Monday, "Milwaukee Succeeds" said one of its goals is to increase third grade reading proficiency, from 15 to 38 percent.
In the weeks before the Supreme Court ruled on the constitutionality of Obamacare, the country trembled with anticipation.
Students began attending summer school at 37 of Guam's public schools yesterday, kicking off five weeks of the summer program for elementary and middle schools, and six weeks for high schools.
Don't let your children be victims of "summer learning loss." Summer break can be a time for continued education.
Louisiana's free college tuition program called TOPS carries a hefty price tag in a state budget that has been throttled with cuts.
School's out for summer but districts are doing their homework on some new state laws that will affect your kids.
New Jersey's Education Department is considering requiring prospective teachers to achieve at least a B average in college before they can get state certification.
On June 17, 1901, 973 students sat down for the first standardized college entrance examination administered in the United States; the students took the exams all week.