High Court Rules in Online Threat, Religious Rights Cases - Education Week

A pair of U.S. Supreme Court decisions deal with issues playing out in schools as much as in the rest of society. Read More

District Uses Federal Aid to Fuel Multi-Tiered Instruction - Education Week

The federal Investing in Innovation program was among the sources of grant funding for the Iredell-Statesville school system in North Carolina. Read More

Congress Turns Attention to Higher Education Act Renewal - Education Week

Efforts to reauthorize the law could be complicated by some of the same issues holding up renewal of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Read More

Additional Entrants Join Presidential Race - Education Week

Two more Democrats and another two Republicans–including three former governors and a sitting U.S. Senator–officially announce their candidacies for the White House in the 2016 race. Read More

SIG Money Gives Principal Tools for Turnaround - Education Week

A federal School Improvement Grant has helped the principal at one North Carolina school amp up the focus on using data to boost student achievement. Read More

As Federal Grants Taper Off, Two N.C. Districts Tally Impact - Education Week

A pair of North Carolina school systems show how districts have used a patchwork of one-time federal grants to spur changes, and face challenges going forward. Read More

Tribal School Is Awarded One-of-a-Kind NCLB Waiver - Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education is taking the unusual step of giving a single tribal school flexibility from the mandates of the No Child Left Behind Act. Read More

California Seeks Waiver on Use of Title I Tutoring Aid - Education Week

The state is looking for the federal green light to use Title I funding it now spends on tutoring services to extend learning time. Read More

Education Dept. Denies NCLB Waiver for Seattle - Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education has told the Seattle school district that it cannot get its own waiver from the mandates of the No Child Left Behind Act. Read More

New Candidates Join Field of GOP White House Hopefuls - Education Week

Three new Republican candidates have tossed their hats into the ring for the 2016 presidential contest: Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, and Mike Huckabee. Read More

Efforts to Regulate Home Schooling Rekindle Controversies - Education Week

As state policymakers push for more oversight of home schooling families, advocates for education at home are split over how much regulation is necessary. Read More

Head Start Proposals Draw Cheers, Cautions - Education Week

Early-education advocates welcome the idea of a longer day and year for Head Start operations, but wonder if there will be federal funding to match. Read More

States Wrestle With How to Get Good Teachers in All Schools - Education Week

Some plans submitted to the federal government pitch new ideas for how to best share the most-qualified teachers, while others repackage strategies already underway. Read More

K-12 Issues Within Broad Sweep of Recent High Court Rulings - Education Week

Even when the U.S. Supreme Court is not weighing education-specific cases, many of its decisions reach into the schools—and the 2014-15 term was no exception. Read More

List of GOP Presidential Hopefuls Continues to Swell - Education Week

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Louisiana Gov. Bobbie Jindal, and real estate developer Donald Trump are now in the running, each with their own views on education issues. Read More

House, Senate Bills Would Cut Ed. Dept. Funding - Education Week

Despite a veto threat from the president, Republicans in both chambers of Congress are pushing measures that would cut billions of dollars from the department and eliminate a slew of programs. Read More

States in Holding Pattern on ELL Waiver Requests - Education Week

Even though Florida got unprecedented federal flexibility when it comes to English-learners and accountability, a handful of other states have yet to see their requests approved. Read More

New Tool Maps School Attendance Zones Across U.S. - Education Week

In November, the U.S. Department of Education will release a mapping tool that provides a first-time look at school attendance boundaries for most public schools in the country. Read More

Red Flags on the Road to ESEA Rewrite - Education Week

Lopsided votes in the U.S. Senate and House obscure stark differences in their bills to overhaul the outdated Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Read More

NCLB Should Include the Needs of Those on the Autism Spectrum - Education Week

Tough Choices for PARCC as States Drop Out - Education Week

The number of states still officially part of the common-core testing consortium is half of what it once was, and that poses challenges, especially when it comes to costs. Read More

New Candidates Join Quest for White House - Education Week

On the Republican side, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Wis. Gov. Scott Walker announce bids; former Va. Sen. Jim Webb is running for the Democratic nomination. Read More

Clinton to Propose $350 Billion College Affordability Plan - Education Week

Calling for a "new college compact," Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday will unveil a $350 billion plan aimed at making college more affordable and reducing the crushing burden of student debt. Read More

Time is Short for Closing Federal Budget Deal - Education Week

Some education programs could be on the hot seat as members of Congress scramble to act before the fiscal year ends Oct. 1. Read More

States Gaining a Say on School Accountability - Education Week

Now that the federal government is giving states more flexibility in shaping their accountability systems, the question is: What will these new systems look like? Read More

Teacher Performance Evaluation: Definitions, Research, Models, and More - Education Week

This overview covers teacher evaluation and includes information on teacher evaluation models, controversies surrounding the issue, research on teacher quality, and reform trends. It also includes definitions for collective bargaining and value-added models. Read More

Data: The Governors Running for President and Their K-12 Records - Education Week

Did any states see major improvements in K-12 education during the terms of the nine governors and former governors now running for president? Read More

Changes Forecast for Federal College-Aid Form - Education Week

Concerns that too many qualified students are missing out on financial assistance have prompted calls to make the FAFSA process easier and more accessible. Read More

Slicing the K-12 Data on Governors Running for White House - Education Week

It can be tough to draw a clear line between the policies a governor pushed while in office and improvements in student achievement, researchers say. Read More

Pa. Budget Stalemate Squeezes Districts as Schools Open - Education Week

The faceoff between the legislature and governor has caused some school systems to turn to loans and reserves in the absence of state money. Read More

ESEA High on Agenda of Education Issues as Congress Returns - Education Week

Dueling bills passed in both chambers to overhaul the federal education law face lawmakers fresh off a five-week summer sabbatical. Read More

Proposal to Boost Head Start Hours, Year Draws Concern - Education Week

Some providers warn they would have to drop children from the federal early-education program because of a lack of facilities or teachers. Read More

Teacher-Equity Plans Approved for 16 States - Education Week

Questions loom on enforcement as 16 states get the federal nod on their plans to make sure all students have to high-quality teachers. Read More

One-on-One With Arne Duncan - Education Week

As his annual back-to-school bus tour rolled along, the Secretary of Education talked talked waivers, common core, and other issues with Education Week’s Alyson Klein. Read More

From Pre-K to Higher Ed., Duncan Touts Priorities on Bus Tour - Education Week

The education secretary hit the road a multistate, back-to-school trek, joined at one point by President Barack Obama. Read More

House Speaker Boehner to Resign Next Month - Education Week

Boehner, an Ohio Republican, was elected House speaker in 2010. He was the chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee when Congress passed the No Child Left Behind Act in 2001. Read More

Arne Duncan Stepping Down as Education Secretary - Education Week

Duncan, who leaves in December, has pushed through dramatic levels of change in K-12 policy over nearly seven years in office. Read More

State Tests Due Fresh Scrutiny as Peer Review Relaunches - Education Week

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Less Leverage Awaits Official to Step In as Ed. Dept. Head - Education Week

John B. King Jr., who has been filling the duties of deputy federal education secretary, shares policy priorities with those of outgoing Secretary Arne Duncan. Read More

Leadership Issues Could Cloud Federal K-12 Picture - Education Week

Turnover in top leadership in Congress and at the Education Department complicates the prospects for completing unfinished business on education policy. Read More

Former Chicago Schools CEO to Plead Guilty to Bribery Charges, Feds Say - Education Week

In their indictment of Barbara Byrd-Bennett, federal prosecutors allege the former superintendent steered a $23 million, no-bid contract to her former employers. Read More

White House Initiative to Target Absenteeism - Education Week

The Obama administration last week launched an initiative aimed at reducing chronic absenteeism in public schools. Read More

Educators Hope Congress Provides Clarity, Support on Privacy Issues - Education Week

Eight federal bills, amendments, or provisions related to student-data privacy have been introduced in 2015. Read More

Feds Put Spotlight on Needs of Black ELLs - Education Week

With more than 130,000 black ELLs in public schools, White House and U.S. Department of Education officials will develop tools for educators. Read More

New Law Brings Computer Science Under STEM Tent - Education Week

President Barack Obama has signed into law the STEM Education Act of 2015, which expands the definition of STEM to include computer science programs. Read More

Two Proposals, Two Ways to Dole Out Title I Money - Education Week

The House and Senate bills to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act offer different takes on how to distribute federal aid for poor students. Read More

Signs Point to Rise in High School Graduation Rates - Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education is encouraged by preliminary state-by-state data showing that graduation rates for the 2013-14 school year were up from the year before. Read More

Lessons Sought on Serving Native American Students - Education Week

State schools chiefs are looking to Montana for help in addressing the academic and community needs of one of the nation’s most disadvantaged populations. Read More

Federal Grant Rejected for Michigan Charters - Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education has rejected a $45 million grant request from Michigan to improve and expand charter schools. Read More

Open Resources Would Get Boost Under Federal Plan - Education Week

To promote wider use of open educational resources by states and schools, the U.S. Department of Education proposed a new regulation that would require any new intellectual property developed with grant funds from the department to be openly licensed. Read More

GOP White House Hopefuls on Keeping or Scrapping the Ed. Dept. - Education Week

The Republican candidates for president hold mixed views on whether the department should be retained or eliminated. Read More

Ed. Dept. Charts Course Toward Scaled-Back Testing - Education Week

New principles aim to bolster states and districts in reducing the number of tests students take, while assuring high-quality assessments. Read More

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