Changes to the state's evaluation system for schools has thrown the state's school accountability system into flux.
A new report finds that funding gaps between white and non-white districts persist across all poverty levels.
Georgia's Fulton County is among a number of suburban districts turning to national non-profit AVID to shrink achievement gaps and get students of color ready for college.
A more subtle form of prejudice than racism proves deeply problematic.
There is more than an achievement gap between white and black Americans in our education system; there is a discipline gap too. African-American students without disabilities are more than three times as likely to be expelled or suspended as their white peers.
That’s the conclusion of a growing number of researchers who argue that 30 years of test scores have not measured a decline in public schools, but are rather a metric of the country’s child poverty and the broadening divide of income inequality.