A federal judge has ordered a Mississippi school district to combine two high schools and two middle schools in an effort to desegregate schools in Cleveland, Miss.
How two schools foster inclusiveness in an era when students want more than just a multiracial campus.
The state's system of distributing local property taxes is 'undeniably imperfect' but constitutional, the Texas Supreme Court said Friday, striking down a ruling that sided with hundreds of school districts.
A directive from Obama administration obliges public schools to allow transgender students to use the facilities that match their chosen gender identity.
A new report suggests that bullying should be treated as a 'serious public health problem.'
The city of New Orleans is set to regain control over its public school system for the first time since hurricane Katrina decimated the city's infrastructure.
The vast majority of teachers surveyed by the Center on Education Policy said that they feel unheard by policymakers at the federal, state, and district levels.
Republican lawmakers in the Michigan House on Thursday approved a $500 million package to address the woes of Detroit's Public School system, but opponents say it falls short.
Teacher's Day: Detroit's teachers are entering their second day of sick-out protests, after the school district announced that paychecks would stop on June 30.