Dropping the SAT for the sake of ‘equity’ forces colleges to rely on admissions standards that benefit wealthy and privileged applicants.
Progressive activists are making disingenuous arguments about K-12 history education.
The Florida governor is likely to tap into education group Moms for Liberty if he mounts a run for president, GOP operatives say.
It might seem like schools have been caught up in the culture wars, but an analysis of 2022 campaigns and election results shows that we can expect slow and steady reforms.
The debate over AP African American Studies ignores that schools are struggling to make students proficient in math, science, and reading.
Virginia’s attorney general says in a Dispatch interview he's investigating high schools that withheld National Merit award information from students.
The college has fired an art history professor for showing students a painting depicting the Prophet Mohammed.
School board elections, the new venue for fighting the culture wars, are getting more attention from political action groups.
In two cases, the Supreme Court will weigh whether considering race in college admissions amounts to unconstitutional discrimination.
A new book that blames Ronald Reagan and economic resentment misses the real cause.
A new study calls for $500 billion more than what was already spent on education-related pandemic relief.
For starters, they can call out indefensible conduct.
Usually, giving stuff away is a winning political strategy. But that’s not an iron law.
It’s a consequence of the move away from policy toward grievance culture.
Educators and analysts still don’t understand whether the billions the federal government sent to schools is achieving its goals.