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This week, Michelle Rhee fended off accusations that she failed to pursue evidence of cheating when she ran the District of Columbia school system.
A group started by former Teach For America members helps novices navigate the cultural and instructional challenges they face in the city's schools.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is eyeing the nutritional content of foods sold in school apart from highly regulated lunches and breakfasts.
While socializing virtually can make it harder for students to make deep connections with one another, new studies suggest that situations like video-chats or avatar environments can lead to more natural engagement.
Can evaluation rubrics capture the qualities that make some teachers extraordinary, asks Lorraine Bellon Cella.
The president’s fiscal year 2014 spending plan highlights his education priorities, but faces bipartisan hurdles in Congress.