Let’s tie a school’s access to taxpayer-funded Title IV aid to its performance.
The whole point of the program is to erase the serious socioeconomic deficiencies many of our children face.
The class of 2015 is set to graduate with the most student debt in U.S. history.
50 percent of high school dropouts were found in just 15 percent of high schools.
Bold reforms are necessary to ensure every child has access to a quality education.
Years of White House budget data show clearly that the federal government has been making, not losing money on defaults,
Foreign languages enrollments have decreased by 6.9 percent since 2009.
If policy makers don’t know how teachers in their states and districts are using technology and data, they should ask.
The answers are complex and demand input from a wide variety of society’s leaders.
Legislation written with good intentions can have unintended consequences.