President Bush's No Child Left Behind education reform act passed with broad bipartisan support two years ago, but today many Democrats say the bill has not delivered what it promised. Two experts debate the merits of the act.

The Department of Education on Thursday released the latest test scores from the nation's fourth and eighth graders. Margaret Warner discusses the results, which show an improvement in students' understanding of math, with Education Week senior editor Lynn Olson.

Schools throughout the United States are struggling to overcome the achievement gap between white and Asian students, who tend to do better in school than black and Hispanic students. John Merrow reports on this gap and how one New York…

State budget crises have arrived on campus and hit cash-strapped college students in the wallet. Many public universities have countered reduced appropriations with increases in tuition. Kwame Holman explains the impact of these increases at college campuses in Virginia.

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