This week on The I Files, we're highlighting girls' education in Afghanistan and Pakistan, child sacrifice in Uganda, civil war in Syria, New York's stop-and-frisk policy, and the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
A poster child for the financial predicament in which public colleges and universities find themselves, Nevada is now proposing a dramatic turnaround under which it hopes this same battered public higher-education system will help lead it out of economic crisis.
Striking teachers in Chicago are fighting a contentious education reform that could overhaul how teachers are paid and evaluated, highlighting the difficulty of judging teachers by the performance of their students.
As Louisiana debuts one of the nation’s most extensive private school voucher programs, deep divides persist over who should be accountable for ferreting out academic failure and financial abuse: the government or parents.
Delaware is one of a handful of states that has moved all of its testing online. If a multi-state effort to create better tests is successful, the vast majority of American schoolchildren will be taking standardized math and English tests online in three years.
The staff of California Watch and the Center for Investigative Reporting was named today as a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in the local reporting category for exposing regulatory breakdowns in the way seismic safety standards are met at public schools.