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A new federal education law creates an opportunity for school systems to make it more likely that their best students will reach their full potential.
All Cardozo seniors must take Advanced Placement English Literature. Will it work?
Early action applications are due next month. Here’s how to make them better.
She forced him to tell several classes how inferior he was. Why would a principal turn so quickly, publicly and viciously against a teacher who sought her help?
Daniel Guth was told he needed an extra support course if he wanted to take AP biology.
It will be a more alert and more cautious driver than senior citizens like me will ever be.
The Idea charter network has six schools in the top 50 of the 2016 America’s Most Challenging High Schools list, pushing average students to meet the rigors of college-level courses.
Putting up barriers to eighth-grade algebra isn’t popular with parents seeking to accelerate math studies for their kids.
In various editions, a textbook elevates the Mali Empire to that of Greece and Rome.
A new report shows little change in student achievement. Supporters say the approach needs more time.
Students say they don’t have enough help from an adviser, and many don’t graduate.
Parent argues that third-grade book deprives kids of a solid grasp of U.S., world history.
Jay Mathews and Jim Horn take polar opposite views of the nation’s largest charter school network.
“Work Hard, Be Hard” offers a strongly anti-KIPP view that fails to explain its popularity and success.
More than five years after Michelle Rhee left D.C. Public Schools, her most unusual innovation will fall.
Many private colleges accept community college transfers, but the bad news outweighs the good.
Credit for a hearty effort matters, too.