Articles: Policy & Compliance

More schools choose a four-day week

While some districts lean toward year-round schedules, others shortening the week as budgets drop

Common Core opponents fear courses will suffer

Critics of standards say teaching of literature will take a backseat as emphasis shifts to informational texts

Historic Washington D.C. school transforms into charter

To accommodate the wide age range of its students, the 147,000-square-foot building has multiple entrances and walking routes for student

North Carolina abolishes teacher tenure: What’s next?

Reformers and teachers’ advocates are clashing over a wide-ranging new voucher program and the elimination of tenure-based pay

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