La vida es dura para los estudiantes de intermedia y secundaria que tienen dificultad para leer. Esta escuela pública de Colorado quiere ayudar.

Four teenage students look down at workbooks, along with an adult holding a pencil, all sitting at a circular table. A whiteboard behind one of the students reads “Bright MINDS” in stylized, colorful letters with a lightbulb drawn to the left.
The Latest

Lawmakers are preparing to tighten the retention provision for students who struggle to read.

Some Newcomers High School students fear their school’s name puts a “target” on them, as New York City grapples with tensions surrounding the ongoing influx of migrants.

A new poll from Magellan Strategies finds many voters still think schools are on the wrong track, but they’re very supportive of career and technical education.

About 30% of the district's Class of 2015 finished their degree in four years

More than a month after Thomas Luna was chosen to fill a vacancy on the school board after the former president abruptly resigned, the charter school teacher has yet to be seated.

U.S. rises in world rankings for math, reading, science as other countries’ performance slips