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Some say coding classes are key to addressing the country’s inequality. But that’s a hard feat in a place where many people don’t even have Internet access.
Students with criminal records are compelling colleges to rethink what it means to provide opportunity to qualified students.
Policies are lagging behind child-development research and hurting vulnerable families in the process.
Black and Latino students in economically prosperous cities are grade levels behind their white peers.
Most public schools are closed again on Tuesday.
Malia Obama will attend Harvard, but she’s waiting until her dad’s out of office.
Most public schools will be closed Monday after the teachers union raised concerns over the finances of Michigan’s largest school district.
Like the U.S., the U.K. is facing a growing imbalance in the number of men going to college—but is doing more to target its main minority group of poor white males.
“The persistent undercount of the nation’s second largest population group is a civil rights issue.”
The success of “joint use” programs in San Francisco and New York shows the benefits of opening schoolyards up to the local community.
When schools ask applicants about their criminal histories, a veneer of campus safety may come at the expense of educational opportunity.
Low-income students don’t have the luxury of meandering through college.
Compared to 30 years ago, young people today are much more likely to say they’re going to college to secure a good job and steady pay.
Some sexuality educators say the sooner the better.
From middle schools to colleges, cellphones’ adverse effects on student achievement may outweigh their potential as a learning tool.
Educators often choose to inflate students' scores on standardized tests, and the motivations—and effects—indicate that a little deception isn't always a bad thing.
Nearly 60 years after the integration of Central High, the city’s schools are still divided by race.
There’s no one right approach, but they all start with reaching boys early.
Zealously blocking their access to certain websites can end up undermining learning.
New evidence the corporate college perk works