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The Department of Education is rolling out $44 billion in aid to schools, along with clearer guidelines on how those funds should be used.
Has Obama and his administration made good on his education promises?
In the world of public schools, many school district's admissions policies use a student's racial identity as a “tie-breaker” to maintaining racial diversity.
On April 2, 2009, the Autism Treatment Acceleration Act was introduced in Senate. Here's what you need to know about how it could affect the autism community.
Every city wants a mayor who takes education seriously. But in some cities, mayors do more than take things seriously. They take over.
The historic economic stimulus package will direct $130 billion towards education. Here's how it breaks down.
On July 24, President Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan introduced a milestone program named Race to the Top, a $4.35 billion fund for education.
What's good and not so good about Race to the Top? Experts and education officials around the country offer their opinions.
A new economic stimulus plan that includes $150 billion for education represents a historic commitment to public schools. See how it breaks down.
Regardless of whether pre-k is right for your child, the option will most likely be coming to your town soon, if it's not there already.
This week America gets a new president. You can share in the excitement with your child, and turn the presidential inauguration into a learning moment.
What changes are expected for Obama's No Child Left Behind redesign? Find out what changes are in store.
Some educators worry that Race to the Top is turning meaningful change into a $4 billion carrot on a stick.
Here's how you can help your kids stay excited about democracy in action during this landmark inaugural week.
This spring marks the 25th anniversary of what many call a turning point in American public education: the release of 'A Nation At Risk.'
Here's a comprehensive overview of the education issues that will define the 2008 race for president.
Public school workers are finding it harder than ever to earn a living wage in these harsh economic times. Here are some ways to support your school.
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