Why are California schools so eager to classify 4- and 5-year-olds as English Learners? Just follow the money.
It seemed like a great idea, at least on paper: Stanford education professors would create a model school to demonstrate how to educate low-income minority students. Or, as it’s turned out, how not to.
It’s time for schools to focus on the widening gap in reading and writing skills that leaves so many boys unprepared for success in college or vocational training.
The issue heats up in the wake up of 16-year-old Derrion Albert's murder in Chicago.
Obama won't be stupid enough to use the speech as a political pulpit. And there's nothing wrong with telling students to study hard and be good citizens.
Parents are fighting to keep the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps alive in the Golden Gate City.
McCain's running mate is far from a Bible-thumping pit bull on the issue — or even a lipsticked pig.
Females have caught up to males in math achievement.
Tough love and hard work is the prescription at San Jose's Downtown College Prep — and it's getting results.
Are the recent shocking examples of abusive behavior by kindergarten teachers an aberration? Or is something more troubling going on?
When a California appellate court tried to ban homeschooling unless Mom -- or Dad -- was professionally qualified the reaction was fierce, reports Joanne Jacobs.
Eccentric schools don't require vouchers, writes Joanne Jacobs. Across the country, tax funds are already being used to "create public schools organized around a left-wing political vision."
Orwellian brainwashing isn't only taking place in dictatorships like North Korea. Joanne Jacobs has the details of the infamous "treatment" at the University of Delaware that turned residence halls into reeducation camps.