The election outcomes in the House and Senate and the political trends within the parties may make gridlock inevitable once again next year.
This issue's Speaking Out article makes the case that education reform swings back and forth between different goals, failing to improve academic achievement.
The first annual Children's Report Card makes clear that more must be done to improve the lives of American children.
Senior U.S. Department of Education officials will learn first-hand about the compex role of school leaders.
OMB releases a much-anticipated report on the impact of the scheduled 8.2 percent across-the-board budget cuts without expected details.
October 2012 recongnized by U.S. Senate, House of Representatives as National Principals Month
The House agreed to a temporary spending measure, which the Senate is expected to approve later this week.
Nine new waiver applications were submitted to the U.S. Department of Education.