New biography of the nation’s report card highlights longstanding debate.
The Education Exchange: “Extremely Large” Learning Losses for Students Whose Schools Went Remote for Many Months
Extending school year into summer may be the most practical remedy, Harvard's Kane says.
"It's a system that is broken," says Pioneer Institute’s Stergios
Expert witness previews the affirmative action cases headed for the Supreme Court
Pandemic learning losses are across the board, but they still widen racial gaps, North Carolina official report finds.
National study finds "system-level effects"
Deadline nears for public comments; legal challenge is considered
"The first Black superintendent in the United States of any big city"
Military historian Kevin Weddle sees parallels between the war in Ukraine and the American Revolution.
District schools raise more money by requiring fees from students, but charters receive more help from charitable contributions