The Obama-era Every Student Succeeds Act, which comes into effect this year, gives states greater flexibility in how they judge schools.
The ruling could bring major benefits to students with disabilities – especially those with 'individualized education programs,' or IEPs.
Maggie MacDonnell's teaching philosophy underscores hope and acts of kindness, which she puts to practice in an isolated corner of Quebec.
Support for the handwriting style has declined in recent decades, but now more states aim to bring it back into fashion.
A duo of former administrators at Harvard are facing charges that they stole the money from an account meant to help students with disabilities and used it to purchase electronics, jewelry, and other personal items.
The new education secretary has a history of quietly supporting LGBT rights, and reportedly objected to the Trump administration's decision to revoke the previous administration's guidance for schools on what bathrooms transgender students should be allowed to use.
The university announced on Saturday it will rename the residential college, reversing a controversial decision in April.
Under a deal made with the city, City College of San Francisco will offer free tuition to San Francisco residents, but some observers worry that the deal leaves out some undocumented residents.
The vice president cast a historic, record-breaking tie vote in the Senate for the cabinet confirmation.
In her written responses to questions from Senate Democrats, education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos seems to have lifted quotations from an Obama administration official.
Police in schools can help shape students’ lifelong view of law enforcement. But racial bias and criminal punishments for small infractions may damage the very relationships they hope to build, critics say.