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The president’s plan to make two years of community college free for some students could solve some of higher education’s most intractable problems.
In The Tyranny of the Meritocracy, Lani Guinier argues that the SATs have become “accurate reflectors of wealth and little else.”
When a parent is sent to prison, a child’s life is derailed, leaving schools to pick up the pieces.
Tune in to a live panel moderated by Chris Hayes on Sunday, October 5, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm EST.
Venture capitalists and for-profit firms are salivating over the exploding $788.7 billion market in K-12 education. What does this mean for public school students?
Overcoming years of tensions and divisions, parents and teachers are linking arms to save public schools.
In Philadelphia, education reformers got everything they wanted. Look where the city’s schools are now.
Charters were supposed to be laboratories for innovation. Instead, they are stunningly opaque.
Her charter schools get outstanding performance reports—which leave out some salient facts.
Education reformers want to use technology in the classroom—for almost everything.