By Igor Volsky on December 3, 2013
The scores from 2012 Program for International Student Assessment come as Republican lawmakers and state legislators are reconsidering their support for Common Core.
By Ryan Koronowski on November 29, 2013
Texas is the second-largest textbook market in the country, and because the State Board of Education decides which books to purchase, publishers pay serious attention to which books the Board buys.
By Bryce Covert on November 8, 2013
Other schools have chosen to provide all students with free breakfast and lunch, which will boost their academic success.
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By Alan Pyke on November 5, 2013
Just because it's an off year doesn't mean Election Day is devoid of progressive economic fights.
By Bryce Covert on October 3, 2013
Dallas is the latest district to offer free meals to all of its students, regardless of income.
By Zack Ford on October 3, 2013
The newly formed Nebraska Family Alliance is using its first big campaign to attack transgender student athletes, but their concerns are unfounded.
By Zack Ford on September 23, 2013
Transgender teen Cassidy Campbell made history by winning the Homecoming Queen crown this weekend, but the backlash she faced is a reminder that transphobia is still a significant problem.
By Katie Valentine on September 12, 2013
But the battle to approve the science standards in the state isn't over.
By Bryce Covert on September 4, 2013
The change comes at a time of high rates of child hunger.
By Alan Pyke on August 27, 2013
Proposed cuts would make the problem worse.