Too many hardworking, talented students in our nation don't have access to college counselors in their schools. But thanks to the organizing work of some New York City students, the City Council's Committee on Education is putting access to school counselors front and center.

By Jeff Bryant, Education Opportunity Network

Public education could be the deciding issue in the elections this November. Recent polls show that voters don’t just value public education, they want candidates who will support classroom teachers and oppose funding cuts to public schools.

After months of turmoil and uncertainty, Philadelphia's resource-starved schools finally caught a break: a new, stable source of funding. The Pennsylvania state senate authorized a city-level $2-per-pack cigarette tax that will raise $170 million for the city's schools each year.

An important new report from the National Women's Law Center and the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund  details the harmful impact of racial and gender barriers that young women of color face in school and how our nation can (and must) do better by our girls.

Honestly, we could talk your ear off about the importance of early learning, but wouldn't you rather have some cute kids with GoPro cameras show you why they love preschool?

New York State owes its students billions in school funding it refuses to provide. A powerful photo campaign from the Alliance for Quality Education shows exactly what's missing from schools as a result.