By Alan Pyke on April 23, 2014
New data on the explosion of student debt in recent years should guide efforts to overhaul the student loan system.
By Alan Pyke on April 22, 2014
Gov. Sam Brownback (R) just signed a bill that restores some Kansas school funding while cutting other education spending to the same schools.
By Bryce Covert on April 16, 2014
Tennessee will be the first state to make attendance at a two-year college totally free.
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By Mike Rivera on April 1, 2014
"In every case, the cost implications reach well into the tens of millions of dollars," the report found.
By Igor Volsky on March 28, 2014
A ThinkProgress comparison of the education guidelines reveals numerous instances where the draft Indiana standards are copied word-for-word from the Common Core.
By Igor Volsky on March 25, 2014
The Hoosier state had enthusiastically championed the uniform standards just four years ago.
By Bryce Covert on March 17, 2014
Under the plan, all students would get free lunch regardless of their family's income.
By Bryce Covert on March 10, 2014
Children who attended the state's preschool program outperformed their peers on literacy, math, and other skills.
By Alan Pyke on March 10, 2014
The Kansas Supreme Court ruled the state is violating its constitution by withholding funds from poor schools but left larger questions unresolved.
By Bryce Covert on February 26, 2014
One in four of the country's kindergarten-age students isn't in a full-day program.