- Fla. students below global peers in math, science Updated: Dec-03-13 12:54 pm
- College application process intimidating to some Updated: Nov-30-13 4:25 am
- Duncan regrets 'white suburban moms' comment Updated: Nov-18-13 6:08 pm
- US education chief to discuss higher ed in Va. Updated: Nov-15-13 3:17 am
- Not good enough: Math, reading scores up slightly Updated: Nov-07-13 7:03 pm
- Tenn. students lead nation in academic growth Updated: Nov-07-13 5:41 pm
- Duncan praises Hawaii's math, reading test scores Updated: Nov-07-13 4:27 pm
- US Education secretary visits Haiti classrooms Updated: Nov-05-13 7:31 pm
MIAMI - Florida teens scored lower than their international peers in math and science and about the same in reading, results from a global test released Tuesday show.
WASHINGTON - Sometimes, all it takes is a $7 burrito gift card to get high school seniors to submit their college applications early.
WASHINGTON - Education Secretary Arne Duncan on Monday said he regretted his "clumsy phrasing" in singling out white suburban moms for opposing new higher academic standards.
RICHMOND, Virginia - The nation's top education official is heading to Richmond.
WASHINGTON - Sometimes the best isn't good enough: Most American fourth- and eighth-graders still lack basic skills in math and reading despite record high scores on a national exam.
MT. JULIET, Tennessee - A new report showing Tennessee students leading the nation in academic improvement is partially a result of controversial education reforms the state has put in place over the last few years, education officials said Thursday.
HONOLULU - U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan praised Hawaii's results on a national math and reading report card for fourth- and eighth-graders, vindication for a state that was criticized for its progress on reforms that won Hawaii a $75-million Race to the Top grant.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - A senior U.S. official visiting Haiti called Tuesday for greater transparency to improve the quality of education in the Caribbean country's long-struggling classrooms.