For the first time in more than a decade, the House and Senate have passed bills to rewrite the No Child Left Behind law and give states more freedom in education.
Indiana is the latest state to find out what happens when districts aren’t required to offer students free transportation to and from school.
As public education becomes less public, what new economic model will emerge?
New data suggests education spending remains below pre-recession levels in most states. View charts and maps showing trends for each state.
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