Pearson, the world’s largest education and testing company, provided
incorrect scorecards for more than 4,000 students in Virginia who took
an alternative assessment last school year.
A year after Virginia overhauled its textbook approval process in an effort to cleanse classrooms of error-ridden books, one publisher is refusing to submit its scholarship to the state Department
Since 2008, the Pearson Foundation, the nonprofit arm of one of the nation’s largest educational publishers, has financed free international trips — some have called them junkets — for education co