Providing students with more control and autonomy over their education by allowing access to a wide range of courses that interest them is why we are so excited about Course Access programs.
Sixty years after Brown v. Board of Education, the shortage of excellent teachers in low-income classrooms has become the newest battleground in education equality.
Would you be surprised if I told you that the idea of proficiency or competency-based education was already happening all across the country?
The students and teachers of Success Academy Charter Schools in New York continued their remarkable record of success this past year.
ACT released its annual The Conditions of College & Career Readiness report today, with results that should raise alarm.
A once-failing school in Florida shows that excellence is a matter of principal.
The current E-rate program is as complex as the changes being made.
Each day, education advocates work to ensure that students receive quality educations that will prepare them for success in college and beyond
Successful blended learning schools are created when teachers and school leaders design and implement new instructional models to personalize learning for their students.
Some proposed that grading be suspended, which would be a mistake. Instead, Florida is compromising.