By its nature, the whole process makes it difficult to choose a college based on it being the best financial decision.
The New York Times surveyed 4,200 public school teachers in America. Here, a shocking window into the current state of the US education system.
As the state tries to cut their pension plans, teachers fight back.
A first-of-its-kind survey finds one-third of college students regularly skip meals and lack stable housing.
The Indiana Joneses of the world may be less traveled than their counterparts in the past, but they are also increasingly effective in unearthing ancient treasures.
A single donation from Ripple, a virtual currency company, funded every project listed on DonorsChoose.org. The money will reach students in more than 16,500 public schools nationwide
Many young activists lack the poise and 4.1 GPAs of the Parkland teens. They still deserve our attention.
For months now, teachers everywhere have heard students talk about Fortnite, the world’s latest obsession, nonstop. While the popularity of the game is nothing new, its release on iOS has apparently only made things more intense. Fortnite is now a huge distraction you can now take anywhere, after all.
According to a recent study published in the medical journal Pediatrics, more than a thousand children die of gun violence each year, and thousands more are treated for gun-related injuries. In the wake of the Parkland school shooting and the upcoming March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C., the obvious question is being asked: How do we protect our children from gun violence? For most Americans, the answer is clear: gun reform. For the National Rifle Association, however, the answer is somethin...
Schools are moving toward a model of continuous, lifelong learning in order to meet the needs of today’s economy.
Chinese companies are taking advantage of America's financially strapped higher-education system to buy schools, and the latest deal for a classical music conservatory in Princeton, New Jersey, is striking chords of dissonance on campus.
It's hard to stomach that we live in a world where these conversations have become necessary.
A tax credit aimed at helping working low and moderate-income Americans can be seized to repay defaulted student loans.
These photos and videos of students making their voices heard and risking punishment are inspiring.
With salaries rising over $200,000, teaching the offspring of the mega-wealthy can be lucrative. But there are downsides to working with students who think money can solve any problem — or try to attack you with antique revolvers.
On Wednesday, students across the country will walk out of their classrooms in protest, and school leaders will respond in many different ways.
"I hesitate to talk about all schools in general because schools are made up of individual students attending them," says the Secretary of Education when Lesley Stahl asks her about school performance in her home state of Michigan. That's the level of discourse DeVos is working at, folks.
It's not just West Virginia: Teacher salaries have been stagnant or falling for years.
East Anchorage High School wanted "to teach students what gunfire sounds like," according to local news station KTVA.
The West Virginia teacher strike represents a return to public worker unionism's radical roots.
That's our best stuff for today. Great job! Read more