The Education Department’s COVID-19 guidance may signal a return to information sharing.
The formal and structural exclusion of transgender youth is morally wrong and unlawful.
Scholar argues for an irreparable harm exception to the exhaustion doctrine in special education disputes.
Courts face religious freedom challenges from instructors over transgender students’ preferred names.
Several successful programs demonstrate that prioritizing evidence can positively impact policy effects.
To solve the “quiet crisis” in the civil service, the federal government must improve workforce recruitment.
Thousands of teachers could see loan debt disappear as the Education Department tries to correct a past mistake.
State legislators and the U.S. Education Department are scrutinizing college admissions practices.
Scholar suggests that the NCAA’s defense of amateurism no longer stands after a recent Supreme Court decision.
A groundbreaking algorithm designed to optimize school start times meets fierce community resistance.
When Boston school leaders sought to use algorithms to redesign the bus schedule, equity remained a challenge.
Despite its popularity, “evidence-based” policymaking is often less rational than it sounds.