Survey results show United States student performance remains stagnant in comparison to other nations, putting the U.S. somewhere in the middle of the pack academically.
It angers some people, disgusts others, and some are in denial over the "white privilege" theory that is infesting public schools across the country.
The Obama administration has halted its lawsuit to stop the Louisiana voucher program after research revealed it does not hurt federal desegregation efforts. However, there are fears that federal officials will keep trying to derail the program.
A less-than-conservative Colorado university has nonetheless become the nation's first university to adopt a policy that protects students and faculty who voice conservative political views.
States are getting relief from some of the rigorous requirements in order to renew their No Child Left Behind waivers.
Atheist groups want to shut down a tax credit scholarship program that is benefitting low-income New Hampshire students.
An atheist group has intimidated charter schools in Colorado and South Carolina by threatening to sue if the schools don't halt their participation in the Operation Christmas Child shoebox gift program this year.
According to home-schooling legal expert, a U.N. treaty currently being debated in the U.S. Senate poses a threat to parents who home school their children and threatens parental rights in general.
The Departments of Education and Justice have decided to back away from its highly controversial "blueprint" for defining sexual harassment on college campuses nationwide.
A conservative analyst is rejecting efforts by the Obama administration to use a new report to criticize the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program, pointing out that some media outlets erroneously went right along with White House in reporting it that way.
Lawmakers like to evaluate schools using standardized test scores. But a survey of parents in Georgia shows that's not the main reason parents choose private schools for their kids.
A young Americans’ organization says it is absolutely fair to say that students are getting sticker shock from higher premiums in ObamaCare.
The leader of America's education system continues to be raked over the coals for his remarks disparaging those who are criticizing the Common Core Standards.
A North Carolina school has received tens of millions of dollars to build a data analysis lab on campus. But the project for the NSA has students in an uproar.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is hailing the gains shown in the latest national education assessment. But an education analyst familiar with the assessment says the gains are nothing to shout about.
The nation's first-ever, union-run charter school could use a few lessons on school management since their school is facing a possible shutdown if improvements aren't made.