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The federal government should have a limited role in education, says Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
Police officers lacking school environment training make most arrests--including handcuffing emotionally distressed students.
Education Sec. DeVos empowers states to decide which schools receive student vouchers.
It's essential to understand how education policies affect our community and children.
Professor Christopher Emdin explains both sides of this hot-button issue.
Here’s a primer on the basic elements of school choice.
The U.S. must move from being a nation that applauds the few who manage to beat the odds to a…
Increased security has unintended negative consequences, especially for African-American students.
Diversity advocates are skeptical of Betsy DeVos' assurances of her commitment to diverse classrooms.
An investigative news report alleges school districts use deceptive practices to bump up grad rates..
The education Secretary, a school choice advocate, told the Council of Great City Schools that she supports public schools.
According to author Monique Morris, Black girls make up 16 percent of American school students, but account for over 33…
Congress repeals an Obama-era education policy that addressed school accountability.
The NAACP's education task force stops in Detroit on its nationwide education quality tour.
Research questions the effectiveness of school vouchers to close the academic achievement gap.
A study shows that low-income students improve academically with more spending. This raises questions about funding equity.
Predominantly Black Prince George's County Public Schools touts its rising graduation rate. Administrators implemented measures that paid off.
Voters overwhelmingly turned down a constitutional amendment for the special statewide school district. At issue were education funds and control.
James Coleman's landmark study is still relevant today. Its findings about poverty and education continue to inform policymakers.
Supporters of no-zero grading argue that it keeps failing students engaged. Opponents contend that it makes students less accountable.
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