No more sleeping in.
Parent leaders of the movement to boycott New York's standardized tests say opting children out could do more for their education than the tests themselves.
For the organizations that give standardized tests, it's a common—and common-sense—security measure.
The Education Department has awarded $75 million to 24 colleges and universities to foster innovation in college value and efficiency.
(AP)—Potentially tens of thousands of students awarded a Pell Grant or other need-based federal aid for the coming school year could find it taken away because of a mistake in filling out the form.
Kansas won't be issuing any report cards this year on how well its public school students performed on standardized reading and math tests after cyberattacks and other problems this spring.
The White House says it's lined up private support for President Barack Obama's pledge to connect 15,000 schools and 20 million students with high-speed Internet service over the next few years.
(AP)—When it comes to high school math, the course titles don't really matter or even predict what's in the textbook.
Online classes have exploded in popularity, with more than six times as many students enrolled in electronic K-12 courses now compared with a decade ago, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
Eighth-graders in the U.S. are doing better in science than they were two years ago, but seven out of 10 still are not considered proficient, the federal government said Thursday.