Tying Title I funds to eligible students relieves administrative burdens by removing the need to justify expenditures.
Abundant, available unlicensed spectrum is needed to help K-12 schools address network congestion in the classrooms of the future.
The Every Child Achieves Act is essential to improving educational and health outcomes for all children.
When the federal government is involved, it must make certain its policies hold schools accountable and require that tax dollars be spent wisely.
Too often, students with special needs are lost or forgotten in education policy decision-making.
Private sector institutions do a far better job of preparing tomorrow's workforce than their public sector peers.
On July 1, the Department of Education’s long awaited “gainful employment” regulation finally took effect.
This rule – which protects students at for-profit colleges from abusive and deceptive practices – is a welcome...
We must determine how best to spend existing funds to improve student outcomes.
Unfortunately, going backwards is what the current ESEA bills pending in Congress would do.
We still need a strong Elementary and Secondary Education Act.