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This Week in Education Politics: Congress Moves Forward on Trump Administration ‘Workforce Education’ Priorities, School Choice for Military Families & More
Only One Fourth-Grader at a California School Can Read at Grade Level. A New Lawsuit Claims the State Is Violating Students’ ‘Constitutional Right to Literacy’
Senate Confirms Reform Advocate Jim Blew in Narrow Vote, Rounding Out Ed Dept’s K-12 Team
74 Interview: Former North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue on Educating a 21st Century Workforce & the ‘Most Horrific Public Discussion’ She Ever Heard
How Big a Bite Could the Supreme Court’s Janus Ruling Take out of Teachers Unions? The NEA Is Expecting to Lose $50 Million — and Possibly 300,000 Members
In the Aftermath of Katrina-Inspired School Reforms, Report Shows New Orleans Students Are Now More Likely to Attend — and Graduate From — College
#NotHereToBakeCookies: To Get Her Kids the Schools They Deserve, Advocate & ‘Mom-in-Chief’ Keri Rodrigues Has Raised a Parent Army
Scott Walker Crushed Wisconsin’s Teachers Union. Can He Win a Third Term Against Its Superintendent of Schools?
As Universal Pre-K Struggles to Secure a Nationwide Platform, It Finds Hope in Cities Like Chicago
Aldeman: How Have Pension Costs Hurt Teacher Pay? If Contributions Were Still at 2001 Levels, Every Teacher Would Get a 7% Raise Today
Lewis: If the U.S. Wants to Protect Itself Against Cyber Warfare, It Must Invest Big in K-12 Computer Science
American Schools Are Safer Than Ever, but Annual Education Poll Reveals 1 in 3 Parents Now Fear That Their Children Are in Danger on Daily Basis
4 KIPP Texas Regional Networks Announce Merger Into Single Statewide Nonprofit to Leverage Growth, Share Expertise
NEA’s Gambit to Increase Membership Is Defeated in Vote; Leadership Pledges to Try Again Next Year
Williams: Inequality, Meritocracy, and Privilege: Some D.C. Private Schools Leave AP — and Further Abandon Our Shared Democratic Life
How the Los Angeles School Board Teamed Up With Elon Musk to Field-Test a Child-Sized Submarine to Aid With the Thailand Cave Rescue
Los Angeles Schools Hammered by Two Different Reports That Say District Is Moving Too Slowly in Helping Neediest Students
NEA Budget Cuts Don’t Include Executives’ Salaries
Video Explainer: Understand Why Trump Wants to Merge the Education & Labor Departments in 100 Seconds
WATCH: 35 Years After ‘A Nation at Risk,’ the Inside Story of the 36 Pages That Changed American Education
Your Child’s Education, Explained: What the Heck Is ‘Project-Based Learning’ Anyway?
LISTEN: To the Sweet Music of Teenage Philadelphia Violin Virtuoso Who’s Making Her Debut at Carnegie Hall Thursday Night
With Reunification, New Orleans Becomes the First District in the Country to Oversee a Citywide System of Public Charter Schools. Will It Work?
Even Before the Supreme Court Ruled Against Mandatory Union Dues, 7 States Moved to Protect Unions. But Will Those New Laws Stand?
Senate Appropriations Committee Advances $71 Billion Education Spending Bill as Leaders Eye Rare Floor Consideration
Education 4Fams: What Every Parent Should Know About Their School System
Your Child’s Education, Explained: What the Heck Is ‘Personalized Learning’ Anyway?
How America’s Schools Have (and Haven’t) Changed in the 64 Years Since the Brown v. Board Verdict — as Told in 15 Charts
What Is **Social-Emotional Learning** and How Does It Affect Kids?
Education by the Numbers: 9 Statistics That Have Made Us Think Differently About America’s Schools This Academic Year
Famed Marshmallow Test Yields Fresh Surprises: Kids Today Have More Self-Control, but Test’s Predictive Power Hard to Replicate
New Report: In 46 States, High School Graduation Requirements Aren’t Enough to Qualify for Nearby Public Universities
A Teacher’s Take: Why ‘Relational Communities’ Matter — and Why We Should Celebrate School as a Place Where Students & Teachers Learn to Believe in One Another
From the Schoolhouse to the Statehouse: These 7 Teachers Are Running for Office to Say ‘No More’ to Slashed Education Funding
Brett Kavanaugh, Son of D.C. Teacher, Nominated for Supreme Court; Has Praised Efforts to Allow Religious Schools’ Participation in Publicly Funded Programs
A NYC Teacher’s Plea: Hope and Stability Turn a School Into a Community. Please, Mr. Mayor, Let Our Charter Middle School Open
The Subtle Science of Sesame Street: What You Never Realized Grover Is Teaching Your Family