Competency education offers credit for experience, but who decides? Critics worry whether competency-based education is growing too fast for standards to be set.
When Krystal Hardy took the helm at a struggling charter school, she aimed to follow a new model for a principal – one who has an intense focus on helping teachers improve. Halfway through the school year, she assesses how it's worked.
With enrollment already falling, small private campuses struggle to compete
Jasmine Harvey has always wanted to travel, but she never had the money to pay for a passport and study abroad. Now the Jackson State University senior plans to see…