Several factors make it tougher for Chicago teachers to strike.
Governor Brown hopes to convince Californians to tax themselves to support schools.
Some parents and activists have blasted the Gwinnett County (Ga.) School District for its response following reports that students at Beaver Ridge Elementary School received a math worksheet that used examples of slavery in word problems, according to local and national news reports.
Wyoming school districts reversed "top-heavy" staffing in their central offices in 2010-11, according to a report released earlier this month by the Wyoming Department of Education.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo picked a fight last week with what has long been Albany’s most powerful force: public schools.
As the Marion County School Board and Superintendent Jim Yancey continue to prepare for a proposed four-day school week, we are witnessing a public-policy travesty unfold.
With public schools cutting back on spending for physical education, some members of Congress want to intervene, worried that the nation's schools are churning out too many fat kids.
A former Teacher of the Year at an Alabama elementary school admitted to molesting over 21 girls during his 25-year career, police said on Thursday.
Chicago schools that voted for a longer day starting in January will add that extra 90 minutes daily when students return to classes Monday.
The Houston Independent School District does not always select vendors based on transparent and consistent criteria and often weights price too low, according to an outside procurement audit.
The Berkeley School Board kicked off the process to find a new superintendent Wednesday with a request for proposals from consulting companies able to lead the search.
Although the Highland Park School District has been working hard the past year to turn around a dismal money situation, a team has just declared a financial emergency.
Seven state education groups have come together to ask elected officials to stop cutting public school funding.
A new report released by the Chicago Public Schools' inspector general has uncovered a host of misconduct allegations against CPS employees and officials, including improperly disbursed benefits that resulted in a loss of over $1 million in district funds.