Three out of four Americans without reliable high-speed internet access live in urban areas. Most haven’t connected because they can’t afford it.
Online learning works only if you can get online. We explore why tens of thousands of families are caught on the wrong side of the digital divide.
The for-profit school must cancel $141 million in student debt.
Dominique Martin was thrilled to get a state-funded voucher to send her daughter to private school. We go to Louisiana to investigate the cost of school choice.
Archdiocese school officials have slowed attrition by tapping into a program that lets parents use state dollars to pay tuition at nonpublic schools.
The state has approved every private school that sought vouchers.
McMillian’s First Steps Academy shows how some low-performing schools exist solely because of state voucher subsidies, with little accountability.
Politicians said the Louisiana Scholarship Program would improve children’s performance. It has failed to live up to its billing.
At least seven districts have sent students with special needs to Shiloh Treatment Center in recent years.
The story of 30 fourth-graders and one big question: Can education bring kids out of poverty?