By Jim Donovan: I’ve got some good news to share today with regards to school loans. The Education Department on Wednesday reported a drop in the percentage of people who are defaulting on repaying student […]
The U.S. Education Department granted Pennsylvania a partial waiver from the No Child Left Behind school evaluation law Tuesday, giving state officials the flexibility to develop alternatives they say will yield more meaningful assessments of schools and students.
New Jersey education officials will bring in experts from Rutgers to independently evaluate a pilot program meant to pave the way for a new teacher evaluation system.
A school administrator made nearly $300,000 in salary with five jobs last school year, paid with your tax dollars.
A new law sets tighter restrictions on the ability of Pennsylvania schools to employ people who have been in trouble with the law.