Half of courses in Grades 9 to 12 will be delivered online by 2019, predicts a new report.
Readers write about war-hero candidates, youth voters, and school testing.
An Idaho school scrambles for funding, saying it helps more teen moms graduate.
Baltimore schools teach students about the stock market and let them keep money from their portfolios. Are cash rewards bribery or a creative way to inspire students?
US Education Secretary Margaret Spellings pushes a uniform system to calculate and report rates.
New studies echo a key call from landmark 1983 report: boost teacher training and pay.
Readers write about declining food access and how teachers should prep students for tests.
The bottom line is this: She is best prepared to be the commander in chief of our military and our economy starting on Day 1.