Alyson Klein: After two years, questions remain about the federal program providing billions of dollars to help states and districts close or remake some of their worst-performing schools.
An FCIR analysis of data on child poverty, homelessness and subsidized lunches shows how much poorer Florida has become since the Great Recession.
Mc Nelly Torres: The incident illustrates how confused local school districts in Florida have been about federal regulations governing education funds and the reporting requirements that came with the 2009 stimulus bill.
After burning through stimulus money, Florida's public school systems must learn difficult financial lessons.
Study: 46.3 percent of all money loaned to students at two-and four-year for-profit colleges in 2008 will eventually go into default.