BetterMakeRoom.org will be a platform for students to find information about applying to college.
A mother's Facebook post blasting the textbook prompts a rewrite.
Democratic front-runner already has the backing of the American Federation of Teachers.
Since 2005, biology textbooks in Alabama have carried a disclaimer asking students to consider "unanswered questions" about the origin of life, and reminding them that evolution is a "theory, not fact."
A failure to test basic skills, such as writing and critical thinking, encourages widespread dumbness.
Beginning next year, students can apply starting in October instead of January.
The good news ends there.
Jeb Bush is being slammed for backing education standards designed by Republicans.
The United Nations is hoping a roster of celebrities will help get the word out about its new development goals.
On Tuesday, Jewish children in the Polish city will enter a Jewish classroom for the first time since 1968.
Bush said he was there to remind the country what strong leadership means.
Obama compared the recovery of New Orleans after Katrina to America's ongoing recovery from the recession of 2007.
Doomsday predictions about the survival of historically black colleges and universities is not fair or helpful.
A pilot program will revisit a two-decade ban on federal student aid for the incarcerated.
A phrase referring to President Reagan's rhetoric as "bellicose" was also removed.
Last year Oklahoma, Georgia and Texas all introduced bills threatening to pull the course over the guidelines.