Chicago Mayor says city’s schools must focus on results, not politics of school choice.
Conference hosted by NewSchools Venture Fund and Aspen Institute kicks off with a fiery discussion over the fight for changing education.
Deal will unify Barnes & Noble’s tablet and college e-textbook division and integrate those products with Microsoft Windows, setting up possible K-12 implications.
In a new article in The New Yorker, Stanford’s entrepreneurial spirit and online course offerings are examined, with interesting parallels to K-12.
Despite the company’s overall revenue and profit increases, revenue for McGraw-Hill’s K-12 division drops 10 percent year-to-year.
Fates of charters schools in Miami and Philadelphia will be decided amid allegations of financial mismanagement by the operators of those schools.
The move by the state board of education comes in the wake of increasing scrutiny of the schools’ financial and academic problems.
New report from American Enterprise Institute says policy must give private sector more incentive to conduct third-party evaluations.
With large parts of federal School Improvement Grants going to private consultants that produce mixed results, officials are considering stricter reviews.
Charter schools in Michigan, which are mostly managed for profit, spend more on school administration than traditional public schools.