Can a standardized exam save arts education?
With a focus on equity, the northern European country has quietly joined the ranks of the global education elite.
In the Netherlands, educators decide what happens in their classrooms—not bureaucrats.
Despite being seen as a way up for Native Americans, tribal colleges often fail to produce results. With high costs and low graduation rates their existence is being questioned.
Three years ago, it became the first state to adopt the new, tougher K-12 standards
A district bleeding students every year has a new strategy: draw them in with a holistic education that brings academic and home life together.