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Take the Classroom Outdoors

Rep. John Sarbanes of Maryland is ginning up state and local educators' interest in environmental training simply by introducing a bill.

The Testing Debate Just Got Weirder

Without fanfare, House approves amendment to allow localities to create their own tests for accountability purposes.

Common Core, Portability, Civil Rights Fights Pending in House

The House vote on a No Child Left Behind rewrite will be the Republicans' opening bid in a longer negotiation.

How to Change Inflexible Teacher Pay Systems

Opt-ins for veteran teachers, up-front funding, and carefully crafted evaluation systems ease the pain, report says.

The Delicate Path to Passing a New Education Law

It starts with a bipartisan bill, and that's exactly what senators decided to write.

Can Republicans Embrace Education and Expand Their Political Reach?

Jeb Bush's heavy involvement in school reform could push the issue into the GOP spotlight.

The Jockeying Over Testing Mandates Begins

Senate lawmakers start No Child Left Behind rewrite by discussing the toughest issue.

ESEA Overhaul Could Actually Happen This Year

Republicans, Democrats, and the White House are all calling for change to the outmoded No Child Left Behind law.

Free Community College Proposal Leaves Many Questions

We don't know how it will be paid for. We don't know how much it will cost. 

Building the Political Demand for Early Education

Public education for toddlers is a public-policy no-brainer, but funding issues and questions of quality hamper the advocacy efforts.

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