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TIME.com -- Much of the uproar about the reading comprehension test was based on bad information.
TIME.com -- When it comes to school reform, both candidates have a party-base problem.
TIME.com -- Rejection is hard for everyone, but especially sensitive high schoolers. Here’s how to put it in perspective.
TIME.com -- New cuts in early education spending are endangering young children and costing all of us.
TIME.com -- Some schools have made eye-rolling a punishable offense. But if everything is considered bullying, then nothing is.
TIME.com -- An education policy wonk and father of two takes a tough look at doll marketing.
TIME.com -- Why Fallujah might have more to teach us than Finland about improving our schools.
TIME.com -- New “parent trigger” laws are triggering debate, but not enough attention is being paid to what happens afterwards.
TIME.com -- Parents don’t want to further traumatize young victims, but handling things “discreetly” merely displaces the problem to another school or community.
TIME.com -- Several states are considering proposals to let homeschooled kids play sports at public schools.
TIME.com -- We all assume schools are sitting on a big pile of cash that they could use to lower tuition. Here’s why that’s not true.
TIME.com -- With an $18 million donation, the corporate giant is taking a controversial stand on education reform.