A growing body of research shows that the standards are working and students are eating healthier at school.
I believe in a shortlist of necessary things: high standards, transparent accountability and school choice.
One of every four to five American adolescents has some kind of mental health challenge.
Medical problems with educational consequences are far more common than most educators and parents likely realize.
Poverty is by far the most predictive indicator when it comes to low graduation rates.
This administration is increasingly defined by its hostility to the private sector.
On this World Arabic Day, no one should fear Arabic.
The student loan issue could change the game.
It is often said that a key part of strengthening the middle class is creating quality schools.
To deny the human rights abuse record of Cuba is to ignore, misleadingly, some of the ‘ugliness’ of the revolution.