It depends on whether success is measured by test scores, or by higher graduation and lower crime rates.
Accountability rankings can create disincentives for schools to serve students most in need.
Legislation passed by the Senate (but stalled in the House) would streamline Washington's research bureaucracy.
The "free college" movement fails to address critical problems in higher education.
No American should be priced out of a college education because of inability to pay for it.
The federal government and states must understand each other's funding priorities.
Some parents are more worried about their kids' feelings being hurt than their education.
Quality education is every child's right, not a privilege that only belongs to upper-class families.
In a polarized, policy-lite campaign season, where do the contenders stand on education?
Students deserve to read and think about great literature, not to be shielded from it.