The Obama administration is proposing major changes to the nation's No Child Left Behind education law.
Howard Zinn died yesterday but he will live on, as future generations read his A Peoples History of the United States and say "Wow!"
Oregon voters sent a message to the nation yesterday, raising taxes on corporations and the wealthy to prevent cuts in education and other public services.
The number of African American and Mexican American students admitted to law schools has decreased in the last 15 years, according to a recent study by a Columbia Law School professor.
The Communist Party USA is celebrating its 90th anniversary. During the past nine decades it has been in the vanguard of the movement for progressive social change. Beginning in the 1920s, Communists have played central roles in the labor, civil rights and immigrant rights movements.
The head of the American Federation of Teachers has called for revamping teacher evaluation, including defining teacher competence and providing mentoring and support.
The United Farm Workers of America is urging supporters to stop the Texas state Board of Education from eliminating Cesar Chavez and other historic Latino leaders from public school textbooks.
Despite looming finals and the oncoming holidays, students, staff and faculty at California's public colleges and universities continue to protest.
The unexpected rising enrollment of college students has created an $18 billion shortfall in the Pell Grant program.
When it comes to zero tolerance policies and disciplinary action for schoolchildren, where do you draw the line?