Experts say there isn't solid evidence that federal aid drives up college prices, except in one sector: for-profit colleges.
Why is it so hard for black women like me to find full-time work in our chosen fields?
Wisconsin built a public higher-education system that was admired around the world. But it may not withstand a tech-hungry economy.
Affirmative action policies in the American educational system has a fraught, complicated story, and now its existence may be challenged altogether by a new lawsuit.
I have been interviewing Princeton hopefuls for years. Here's why I'm quitting.
Research suggests that elite colleges don’t really help rich white guys. But they can have a big effect if you’re not rich, not white, or not a guy.
How Javion became a high school student reading at the second-grade level is impossible to say for sure. But multiple forces play a role: intergenerational poverty and violence, underperforming schools, a special education system that avoided serving students, a patchwork approach to literacy instruction.
One New England school district is playing hardball to recoup more than $45,000 of unpaid lunch balances.
It was illustrated.
Around the country, historians and professors are pulling up a bar stool and lecturing on a range of topics.
"Students need to understand that they are wanted and welcomed into the classroom," said the filmer, Susan.
Brace yourself: It costs more to send an infant to daycare than it does to send a teen to college in 28 states.
Textbook prices have risen 67% in the last decade. What in the ever-loving hell is going on?
Half the children in the US get phones before they're 12. We need better options.
The US has a staggering rate of mass shootings. The violence has led to a rise in a multi-billion-dollar cottage industry dedicated to active-shooter prevention, training and protection — everything from ex-Secret Service leading conference-room lessons in corporate offices to cutting-edge camera and fingerprinting tools.
A new book explores how corporations are privatizing public universities.
A professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio asked the police to come into the class, claiming the student was "being uncivil." The university is carrying out investigations about the matter.
Chef Dan Giusti's company puts chefs in school kitchens to cook lunches entirely from scratch, and as Brigaid's chefs create recipes alongside existing cafeteria staff, they make better use of school kitchens and change perceptions of the school cafeteria worker.
Combining education and technology is great — until it's not.
Conservative groups are working hard to challenge the teaching of mainstream climate science in schools. In Florida, they've found a winning strategy.
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