No Child Left Behind
No Child Left Behind Is Gone, but Will It Be Back?
Melissa Tooley challenges the narrative of why No Child Left Behind was left—well, you get the idea.
Music Classes Remain Popular, but Hispanics Lag Behind
New research finds that, contrary to fears, the No Child Left Behind act had little impact on enrollment in music courses.
Is California About to Embark on a Gigantic New Experiment in Public Education?
Jerry Brown’s education plan asks, “Why not just give poor schools more state money—and authority over how to spend it?” His idea mirrors some of the most promising new theories of global development.
Legislation calls for Greater Student Environmental Literacy
Without instituting a fifth-period forestry class, federal officials want school kids to get outside and observe what's there.