This issue examines tuition discounting, the practice of awarding targeted financial incentives to students, usually in the form of merit awards or needs-based grants
Gov. Bullock will succeed Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval as ECS Chair in 2015.
A 50-state scan shows states increasingly focused on charter school authorizers to improve oversight and performance.
30 states have issued annual remedial reports in the past few years, but metrics vary.
We've got speakers' presentations, handouts and more from the ECS 2014 National Forum on Education Policy.
Common Core Debate over new standards turns political
Millions of students will sit down at computers this year to take new tests rooted in the Common Core standards for math and reading, but policymakers in many states are dealing with a variety of concerns. (The Associated Press)
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