After Lone Star State parents had their 14th Amendment claim tossed out by an appeals court, the state Supreme Court granted victory on a technicality.
Kansas City, Kan., saw impressive education gains during the 2000s, then lost $50 million. Today, they’re trying to keep up reforms on a shoestring – while suing the state over funding.
Student suspensions decreased 20 percent between 2014 and 2012, but many students lack access to advanced classes, early education, federal data released Tuesday shows.
Nihar Janga shares the trophy with Jairam Hathwar to become the youngest winner in the nationally beloved bee's history.
Mississippi's secretary of Education on Wednesday advised state education officials to disregard guidance from the Obama administration compelling schools to let transgender students use the bathrooms associated with their gender identity.
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.