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Here are some guidelines for determining a quality school.
It's good or bad, depending on who's talking. NCLB means 'No Child Left Behind,' and it's perhaps the most far-reaching federal reform in the last two decades.
Are expensive tutoring services really necessary for SAT success? Here are three low-cost test prep ideas to help your teen without breaking the bank.
Recent studies suggest that after school programs do more than just keep kids occupied during the afternoon.
What if there were factors outside the school that contributed to a lag in learning so severe that some students could never hope to catch up?
The British Government wants every child to participate in five hours of sport every week. Would a push like this work in the United States and should it?
While it's exciting to see a great school recognized, it's just as important to remind yourself that education isn't one-size-fits-all.
The debate over 'standardized testing' masks a larger question: just how do we define what it means to learn something, and how can we test for it?
These days, access to test scores is a click of the mouse away, but critics argue that this information doesn't tell us much about the quality of the school.
The AFT and the NEA are in positions to influence what happens in our public schools, and they continue to draw fire for the woes of the public school system.
Experts say parents should nurture their child's appreciation and enjoyment of music.
An inside look at how non-profit organizations are helping kids in failing schools.
Interested in learning more about the HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities)?  Here's a guide to understanding these unique institutions.
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.
Has Obama and his administration made good on his education promises?
The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) is responsible for raising the issue of education gaps, but is it also causing an increased dropout rate in public schools?
This spring marks the 25th anniversary of what many call a turning point in American public education: the release of 'A Nation At Risk.'
One Laptop per Child provides durable laptops to students in developing nations, and with its 'Give One Get One' campaign, you can donate one and keep another.
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