Helping your child succeed is the first step toward improving your school.
Read these stories from Once Upon a School, a Web site created by best-selling author Dave Eggers to encourage citizens to get involved in their local schools.
GreatSchools readers share what they'd like to see improved at their schools.
Fundraisers have moved beyond bake sales as creative parents help cash-strapped schools look for every extra dollar to boost their budgets.
Put these ideas to work to find out how your school is connecting with the community.
Volunteering your time or donating equipment can make a big difference at your school. Find out what you can offer.
Let your elected officials know where you stand on the issues that affect schools and your child's education.
How to get the school information you need.
Yet again, the U.S. has received mediocre PISA scores. A new opt-in test is giving schools a chance to see how they rank internationally … and how to improve.
What's the best way to help out at your child's school? Here are time-honored tips on making a contribution of time and effort that really makes a difference.